Gairloch Golf Club is found in the town of Gairloch up in the Highlands of Scotland. The club was founded in 1898. Gairloch welcomes visitors and offers popular Open competitions which offer members and non-members alike the chance to compete for trophies and cash prizes. Please check our website www.gairlochgolfclub.co.uk for details of competitions and events.
Gairloch is set in an incredible position along the coastline, situated just above a long sandy beach. The golf course has spectacular views of the Minch and the islands of Skye, Harris and Lewis to the west, the mountains of Torridon to the south and the wilderness of Letterewe to the east.
Gairloch Golf Club is on the North Coast 500 route and is 4 hours from Glasgow. Inverness is an hour and 20 minutes away and there is a direct bus which connects Gairloch to Inverness.
Gairloch is a 9 hole links course with a par of 63 and length 4,533 yards. The course is set amongst rolling dunes and provides a brilliant challenge to golfers of all abilities. It has a testing par for low handicappers but is still forgiving for the more casual golfer.
Visitors are welcome throughout the year but during the summer months it is recommended that players book their tee times in advance to avoid disappointment. Day and week tickets are available and clubs and trolleys can be rented from the club. When the club is unmanned visitors must use the honesty box.
The clubhouse has excellent facilities including locker rooms and changing rooms for men and women. The shop offers a range of essential golfing equipment and apparel as well as selling a variety of ice creams, soft drinks and snacks.
Gairloch’s practice area is mainly to support the club’s junior golf programme, but can be used for practice or warm up. The facilities include a putting green and chipping area, triple bay driving nets and practice bunker.