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Loch Ness Golf Club

Loch Ness Golf Club is now Fairways Golf Centre

The website link below will take you to their new website

Loch Ness Golf Club
Castle Heather

Coursetype: Parkland

Number Of Holes: 18

Yardage: From the white tees 5907 yards

Par: 70

Clubhouse Facilities

Bar/Restaurant: Full catering facilities at Fairways Leisure

Drinks/Snacks: Fairways Leisure have a full snack menu and specials board

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

Shower Facilities: None Available

Scorecard and layout

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

Golf Facilities

Pro-Shop: The pro shop is a Mizuno fitting centre, fully stocked with the leading brands

Golf Club Hire: Golf clubs available to hire

Buggy Hire: Unknown

Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys available to hire

Practice Area: Fully covered driving range including practice pitching and bunker area

Putting Practice: Large practice putting green available

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Loch Ness Golf Club

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In their Words…….

The Most Beautiful and Hospitable Golfing and Social Destination in the Scottish Highlands If You’re Looking for a Well-Earned Golf Break Among Friends, You’ll Feel Right at Home at Fairways in Inverness.

When Fairways opened the Loch Ness Golf Course in 1996, its goal was to create a different type of golf destination, more a friendly bar with a golf course than a golf course with an unwelcoming clubhouse. As soon as you walk into the Loch Ness clubhouse, you instantly sense this subtle but important distinction.

A Beautiful Day at Fairways As your day at Fairways begins, you’ll receive a warm welcome from the staff. You may start with coffee and biscuits in the clubhouse, then warm up by hitting a few balls at the driving range. That’s right, Fairways is one of the few facilities in Scotland with a full-size practice area maintained, like the rest of the course, in superb condition.

It may look short-ish by modern standards on the card but it’s no pushover. However, it was designed around holiday fun first and foremost while still offering plenty for the low-handicapper. Two serious golfers can have an exciting game here while the four ball behind them can enjoy a relaxed game.

The New Course gently ascends land above Inverness. On the 13th tee, golfers get spectacular views of Inverness, The Moray Firth, Ben Wyvis, The Black Isle, Kessock Bridge, and Fort George. On the 15th tee golfers can see the steep hillside that leads into Loch Ness.

Loch Ness Golf Club