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Traigh Golf Club

Traigh Golf Club
Arisaig
Inverness Shire
PH39 4NT

01687 450337

info@traighgolf.co.uk

www.traighgolf.co.uk

Coursetype: Nestled on the western Coast this is a predominantely links course with typical links weather being so close to the sea.

Number Of Holes: 9 There are 18 separate tee boxes

Yardage: From the white tees 9 holes 2456 yds, 18 holes 4912 yards

Par: 9 Holes 34, 18 Holes 68

TeeParSlope RatingCourse Rating
Choose White Tee as slope rating playing option.6811065.2
Choose Yellow Tee as slope rating playing option.6811063.6
TeeParSlope RatingCourse Rating
Choose Red Tee as slope rating playing option.6811567.4

Clubhouse Facilities

Bar/Restaurant: Small clubhouse with no bar or restaurant facilities

Drinks/Snacks: Hot and cold drinks along with some confectionery

Changing Facilities: Ladies and Gents toilets

Shower Facilities: None available

Scorecard and layout

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

Golf Facilities

Pro-Shop: The clubhouse has some golf balls, tees and gloves for sale. Some club logo items are available

Golf Club Hire: Golf clubs available to hire

Buggy Hire: None

Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys available to hire

Practice Area: There is no practice facilities

Putting Practice: Practice putting green available

Traigh Golf Club
Traigh Golf Course
4.8
Based on 134 reviews
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Ian BarrIan Barr
11:47 07 Jul 24
Best views in the world. Really challenging small course.
Kim AllenKim Allen
15:25 29 Jun 24
Thoroughly enjoyable round of golf in glorious scenery with beautiful views. Very welcoming staff
Gus Shaw StewartGus Shaw Stewart
13:02 21 Jun 24
The best views of any course in the world! Joyous course.
Chris NobleChris Noble
22:29 27 May 24
3.5/5. It’s in very nice condition and obviously a fantastic location/amazing views. Appreciate how you can only work with the land you’ve got and it’s impossible to avoid blind shots, but there’s only 3 holes on the course where you can fully see your ball land on the green. Rest are either blind or partially blind. I should have really bought a course guide but at £24 for 9 holes I thought I’d spent enough.Nice friendly welcome in the shop and advice from the locals. I can understand why it’s rated so highly, but just not up my street, as playing it was a bit hard work as opposed to fun. It’s a good enough test for regular golfers, but very hard for any holidaying non-golfers should they give it a try.
Michael GallacherMichael Gallacher
08:41 06 May 24
Gavin WalkerGavin Walker
07:10 22 Oct 23
Great Campervan stop
Chris RChris R
17:29 03 Oct 23
Just the most lovely golf course. Awesome views, relaxed vibe.
cameron loviecameron lovie
15:56 01 Oct 23
Just moved to morar last year and joined traigh golf clubEveryone is very friendlyAnd as a course interesting and challenging for all abilities
Kevin KaneKevin Kane
08:16 30 Sep 23
Altona 64Altona 64
14:45 07 Sep 23
Short, cute place with lots of ups and downs and a beautiful view of the bay. I played 9 holes this week for 23 pounds. For that reason, and because you have to think a lot about height differences, wind and hidden greens and then have a nice chat in the clubhouse after the round, I give it 5 stars. Although the course is predominantly played by local members, it also relies on many tourists. So people are happy to welcome holiday golfers here and patiently explain where to go: You can reach the first green from the tee with a wedge or short iron, even if it is on a high dune. On the two you tee off from this dune over 150m to the next, the green then lies invisibly in a small hollow. The green of the three is already dangerously close to the road but by the time you get to the five at the latest the wind tends to push the ball over the fence or worse, onto the beach. The green of the six is ​​hidden behind a hill, the seven is the only hole where it is worth unpacking the driver, the green of the eight has to be played blindly over the top of a hill and the nine is rewarded again with the great view of it Bay.I can only advise everyone who is on the corner to take the time. The course is very short, but really original.
Stuart CameronStuart Cameron
12:41 07 Sep 23
Marnix LabadieMarnix Labadie
10:36 21 Aug 23
Nice quirky 9 hole golf course.
Kenn MadsenKenn Madsen
06:03 09 Aug 23
A beautiful golfcourse…..AND if you are lucky you can watch the Highland games as well
Margaret HartMargaret Hart
08:47 08 Jul 23
We love this course. Quite challenging 9 holes with fabulous views over to the islands. It’s hard to concentrate when the views are so spectacular. Friendly welcome and reasonable prices.
Stuart PearceStuart Pearce
22:16 29 May 23
Most Westerly course on UK mainland, delightful challenge, a lot quicker 2nd time round when you know where you’re going
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Traigh Golf Course is seven miles south of Mallaig on the A830, the famous Road to the Isles. The word Traigh (pronounced ‘try’) means ‘beach’ in Gaelic, and a series of sandy beaches run alongside the course

The course is based on a line of grassy hills, with the springy turf of a true links course. It’s a nine-hole course, par 68.

Traigh is a subtle golf course that rewards accurate shotmaking. Good players are made to work for their scores, and yet high handicappers are given every chance. In short, Traigh offers something for everyone.

The clubhouse is open 10 am to 5 pm from the beginning of April to the end of October.