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Invergordon Golf Club

Invergordon Golf Club
King George Street
IV18 0BD

Coursetype: Relatively flat parkland course with a mixture of fine old tress and recently planted trees. A fairly long course but easily accessible for all, tree lined fairways and strategically placed bunkers this course is a fair test for all levels of golfer. If you are visiting Scotland as part of a British or European cruise soon, there is a special package for cruise passengers.

Number Of Holes: 18

Yardage: From the white tees 6041 yards

Par: 69

TeeYardsParSlope Rating
Choose White Tee as slope rating playing option.604169123
Choose Yellow Tee as slope rating playing option.574369120
Choose Red Tee as slope rating playing option.554772118

Clubhouse Facilities

Bar/Restaurant: A fully licensed bar with stunning views across the Cromarty firth

Drinks/Snacks: Bar snacks and sandwiches are available all day

Changing Facilities: The Ladies and Gents locker rooms provide changing facilities for the visitor

Shower Facilities: None Available

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Golf Facilities

Pro-Shop: Unknown

Golf Club Hire: Golf clubs available to hire

Buggy Hire: Buggies available to hire best to pre book to ensure availability

Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys available to hire

Practice Area: Unknown

Putting Practice: Large practice putting green available

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Invergordon Golf Club

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In their Words…….

Golf began in Invergordon in 1893 with 9 holes at Rosskeen. Strange as it may seem, golf could only be played there during the spring and winter because the course was laid out on arable land and the grass cutting machines of the time couldn’t cope with the amount of growth in summer and autumn.

Invergordon has long held a place in Naval history and was an important base in the First World War for the Royal Navy and also served as a base for flying boats in World War 2. Learn more about our history with a visit to the Invergordon Naval Museum. To this day the course maintains its links with the Royal Navy by offering free golf to Naval Officers.

Will you be visiting Scotland as part of a British or European cruise soon? We have many cruise liners which call in at the port of Invergordon each summer. If you would like a game of golf when you are in Scotland then play Invergordon.

We are the closest course to the dock (less than 5 minutes from the quayside to the first tee) so make the most of your day by playing, not sitting in a bus. We have a special package for cruise passengers which includes pick-up from the quayside, hire of clubs and trolley, a round of golf, a dram of local whisky after your round and return transport to the ship.

Most cruise operators can offer you the Invergordon golf excursion. See your own operator for prices.

Invergordon Golf Club