Bonar Bridge – Ardgay Golf Club
Coursetype: A scenic heathland course. Sculped around the natural contours of the land all surrounded by mature trees. Stunning views and an abundance of wildlife.
Number Of Holes: 9
Yardage: From the white tees 5162 yards for 18 Holes
Par: 68 for 18 Holes
All the calculations are based on 18 holes
Bar/Restaurant: This recently re-furbished clubhouse is the perfect setting overlooking the course to relax before or after your round. The catering is provided by Nannys Catering serving up delicious home made food from local suppliers. Not open 7 days.
Drinks/Snacks: Bar snacks and sandwiches are available all day, only when the catering is available
Changing Facilities: The Ladies and Gents locker rooms provide changing facilities for the visitor
Shower Facilities: No showers available
Scorecard and layout
Bonar Bridge – Ardgay Golf Club Scorecard and Course layout. Click or Tap Image to see full size
Pro-Shop: No Pro shop
Golf Club Hire: There are limited amount of Golf clubs available to hire it would be best to pre book before arriving
Buggy Hire: Buggy available to hire best to pre book to ensure availability
Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys available to hire
Practice Area: Practice nets available to warm up
Putting Practice: Large practice putting green available
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In their Words…….
The course was opened 1904 by the Carnegie family, and situated among grand scenery.
Loch Migdale down below to the south east, surrounded with wooded heights forms a panoramic scene rarely surpassed, with which, in pleasing contrast, blend the more barren and rugged heights to the north, while the south can seem the sinuous channel of the Kyle of Sutherland, with magnificent mountains of Ross beyond.
The club extends a warm Highland welcome to all, only 50 minutes north of Inverness and close to Dornoch and Tain a visit to Bonar Bridge is a must.Bonar Bridge, Ardgay Golf Club