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Reay Golf Club

Reay Golf Club
KW14 7RE

Coursetype: Traditional links, the most Northerly James Braid designed course.

Number Of Holes: 18

Yardage: From the white tees 5854 yards

Par: 69

TeeParSlope RatingCourse Rating
Choose White Tee as slope rating playing option.6912168.8
Choose Yellow Tee as slope rating playing option.6911967.7
Choose Red Tee as slope rating playing option.6711465.2
TeeParSlope RatingCourse Rating
Choose White Tee as slope rating playing option.7213074.5
Choose Yellow Tee as slope rating playing option.7212973.6
Choose Red Tee as slope rating playing option.7012170.2

Clubhouse Facilities

Bar/Restaurant: The spacious clubhouse provides excellent bar and catering facilities to members and the many visitors

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

Scorecard and layout

Reay Golf Club Scorecard and Course layout. Click or Tap Image to see full size

Golf Facilities

Pro-Shop: Small shop sells the golfers essentials

Golf Club Hire: Golf Clubs available to hire, you need to notify the club prior to your visit to ensure availability

Buggy Hire: Unknown

Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys available to hire

Practice Area: Unknown

Putting Practice: Practice putting green available

Weather Summary

Reay Golf Club

Location and Route Planning

In their Words…….

Reay Golf Club lies on the edge of Sandside Bay in the far north of Scotland and offers panoramic views of the Pentland Firth and North Atlantic from every hole on the course. It does take an effort to travel this far north but Reay certainly repays that effort with a classic links golfing experience. It’s hard to do better.

Some of James Braid’s finest work is celebrated in this outpost in the far north of Scotland where the air is as clear as the Highland burn. This is the land where Braid weaved his magic amid classic seaside links and in mysterious Highland glens.

The course is a true example of a links course, its exposed location and the typical challenging conditions call for real shot making, from punched long irons, little bump and runs to hitting under the wind. This is how the game started and what real golf is all about.

The Reay course at 5831 yards has the unique distinction of opening and closing, with a par three. Not a popular start on any course and at Reay the 235 yards first hole can be quite damaging to a medal score if you catch the trouble on the right of the tee but, safely negotiated, the next seven holes are interesting, varied and the best on the course. The two tiered 18th protected by it’s greenside bunkers provides a formidable finishing hole.

A modern clubhouse provides picturesque views overlooking the whole course and where a warm welcome can be assured to all visitors.

Reay Golf Club