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We have some fantastic membership offers for 2019.  The rates opposite will apply through until the end of January 2020.

Voted as Scotland’s Best Golfing Experience (value for money) at the Scottish Golf Tourism Awards 2017 & 2018

Golf Club of the Year for Scotland 2018/2019 – The Luxury Travel Guide Lifestyle Awards

A Scottish Golf National Championship Venue

If you are planning to join as a member or if you are planning a golf outing for next season please contact:-

Mike MacDonald (Club Secretary)

Telephone: 01381 620529 or e-mail:

Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club, Ness Road East, Fortrose, Ross-Shire, IV10 8SE

The Highlands of Scotland (only 20 minutes from Inverness City Centre)


PGA Professional 2019 Society Discount

Your 2019 Society at Macdonald Spey Valley from just £49! There may be no snow yet, but it is safe to say that an excellent 2018 season has come to a close. Give yourself something to look forward to by booking your 2019 society outing. If you are a qualified PGA professional, we will give you a 10% commission on the group booking*! We have also frozen our rates at the same as this year, meaning you can enjoy breakfast, 18 holes of championship golf and dinner afterwards from £49 per person*. Plus, as you are in the same wonderful part of the world as us, the Scottish Highlands, we will give you a free space for every 12 golfers in your group!  For a bespoke proposal and to check availability, you can call the golf shop on 01479 812920.

*Terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability. Price varies depending on date. Booking must be confirmed by 31/01/2019. PGA professional commission in the form of a 10% discount on the package price. Minimum of 12 golfers to qualify for the discount. Must be booked by a qualified PGA professional to be eligible for the discount.

Telephone: 01479 812920 |

Ladies Enjoy A Tour De Four(ce) In The Highlands

High 9s Pitlochry ladies tour

Our High 9s initiative recently attracted four members of Pitlochry Golf Club to tee up at four 9-hole courses in the Highlands.

Kay Fleming, Di Barbour, Louise Kelly and Ann Mailer embarked on the trip, which Ann labelled the Tour de Four(ce), after Kay had read about the High 9s on social media.

Ann said: “It was a brilliant idea.  Booking the four selected courses was made very easy by helpful members in every club and we could not have been made more welcome. We will de definitely be back.Again, thanks to all.

“The 9-hole courses allow golfers to enjoy a round in beautiful settings but still have time to explore other places of interest in the area or move on to golf pastures new that same day.

“We loved that. For example, we played two courses on Sunday and on Monday – after playing at Aigas Golf Club, we visited Beauly and spent a couple of hours that afternoon in a wonderful cafe and then the night at Chrialdon House which is a most fabulous B&B.”

The four courses visited were –

Abernethy Golf Club “We found all at the club very friendly, especially the kitchen staff and their food was delicious.

Portmahomack Golf ClubVery hospitable members, one member kindly gave Louise his electric cart to use on learning that she had injured her leg. The views as you go around this course are incredible. Well worth a visit.”

Bonar Bridge and Ardgay Golf Club “Warm welcome and tasty food. A very beautiful course with many challenging holes. If you are heading north from Tain, a detour to Bonar Bridge would be very rewarding.”

Aigas Golf Club “This is a little gem, beautifully laid out on former farmland. It must be wonderful to play this course in autumn when the foliage must be even more colourful. The owners were very welcoming and helpful.”

Golf Highland

Winter Membership Offer

Following on from last years successful Winter Membership offer Muir of Ord Golf Club have decided to continue the Winter Membership offer for 2018/2019. For £100.00 Winter Members at Muir of Ord Golf Club will receive unlimited golf between 1st October 2018 to 31st March 2019. To take up this fantastic offer please contact Club Manager, John Forbes on 01463 870825 or by email

High 9s Tour

Donnie Swanson and his grandson, Baxter Macintosh (11), both members at Aigas Golf Club, recently undertook Golf Highland’s High 9s Tour, visiting nine 9-hole golf courses in the Highlands. Here is how they got on:

We signed up to the tour around the middle of June at Aigas Golf Club.

Bonar & Ardgay Golf Club
Bonar & Ardgay Golf Club

Myself, my son-in-law, Michael Macintosh, and my grandson, Baxter, had finished a round and were talking to Jessie, Mine Host, in the clubhouse.  She mentioned this new event aimed at encouraging golfers of all abilities to visit other 9-hole courses around the Highlands.

Baxter, having only taken up golf last year, showed more than a degree of interest, not only in the golf – he’s a competitor – but the geography as well.  With the school holidays imminent, I, being retired, decided we should give it a go. Michael works away a lot, so could not commit, but Baxter and I signed up. And so, the journey began.

1stJuly. A day at the beach for the ladies of the family and golf at Bonar & Ardgay for the boys in the morning. Portmahomack in the afternoon.

Two very contrasting courses, Bonar with its woodland fairways and the Port being wide open and dry. Both courses had good greens considering the scorching weather.

10thJuly. We made the long trek to Sconser, Isle of Skye Golf Club. Beautiful setting, nestled between mountain and sea. Peaceful, even the Raasay ferry runs in stealth mode.

Scoring did not match our previous outing. The course was too close to the sea for my hooks and slices. But we still had a wonderful time and I’m sure we will return.

18th& 19thJuly. Our mode of transport for our journey was my motorhome and this trip was to involve an overnight stop. We were heading for Lybster and then Durness.

Lybster is a short course with heather separating the fairways (I don’t enjoy playing out of heather), and ditches traversing them. All this led to a mediocre score for both of us. The clubhouse is unmanned but you are welcome to have a cup of tea or coffee and biscuit, paying via an honesty box. Having travelled far, we were looking for a little more sustenance and found a lovely café down by the harbour. Worth a visit.

We left Lybster and headed for Thurso and west to Durness. We overnighted there. Some lovely German tourists decided to reverse into the motorhome while I was booking in. No real damage done that I can tell. In the morning we played Durness. Again, unmanned with refreshments available using the honesty box system. Scoring not great but we did like the course. The rough looked demanding but was quite forgiving. The views on some holes were gorgeous with a backdrop of white sandy beaches. We returned home and by the time we got there we’d almost completed the NC500.

23rdJuly.Ullapool and Gairloch. Played Ullapool in the morning. Not our best, but, for once, I played better than Baxter. He got his revenge at Gairloch in the afternoon. Of course he arrives relaxed while I am stressed having to do all the driving. Cannot fault the scenery on both courses. As for the golf, that’s another story.

27thJuly. Abernethy, our final destination. Beautiful day, beautiful setting and almost beautiful golf, at least until the 7thwhen the wheels came off my game and I had to concede to Baxter once again, both on the day and on the Tour.

Overall, we would highly recommend the Tour. Contrasting courses in magical settings and meeting friendly people. We had a great time and look forward to trying again next year, when hopefully we will remember where we are going.

We would love to see a grandparent/grandchild competition. I mentioned it to Baxter who told me I would have to buck up as I am the weakest link!




Celebrating 225 Years of Golf on the Links at Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club (1793-2018)

Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club would like to inform visitors to the site of the release of a SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION, 15-Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky from the Glengoyne Distillery to celebrate 225 Years on Golf on the Links (1793-2018).  The bottles are numbered individually and also come in a special presentation tube (numbered individually to match the bottles) – links to the image are at the foot of this news release for you all to see.

The Whisky is strictly limited to 225 bottles for members, guests and visitors who may wish to buy them.  These will be sold on a first come first served basis at £65.00 per bottle.  43% Vol.  70cl bottles.  If you are looking for the perfect gift to give to someone for any special occasion whether it’s for a Birthday, Anniversary or just as a simple thank you, then this would be the ideal.

If you would like to purchase a limited edition bottle or specific number of bottle (with the special presentation gift tube) then this can be reserved for you so all you need to do is e-mail the Club on and we will hold this back for you.  There is however no guarantee that the bottle number you may want will still be available but we will do our best to keep this in reserve as and when you send an e-mail to Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club or alternatively, please telephone 01381 620529 (option 1).

Join the High 9s Golf Tour for 2018

Join the High 9s Golf Tour for the 2018 season as part of Golf Highland.  We have a total of NINE, 9-hole scenic golf courses to play throughout the Highlands of Scotland.  These include Durness, Ullapool, Lybster, Bonar Bridge & Ardgay, Portmahomack, Gairloch, Isle of Skye, Aigas and Abernethy.

Become part of a unique golfing family and join our 9-hole club tour around the Highlands of Scotland.  You can also enter our tour challenge playing 9 holes on three different courses.  To enter, just make contact with the club whilst you are there or e-mail:

The official poster which includes all of the relevant information in addition to the launch of the High 9s Golf Tour at Bonar Bridge & Ardgay Golf Club by clicking onto the link below:

The top image shows the official launch of the High 9s Tour at Bonar Bridge & Ardgay Golf Club.





The 2018 Scottish Boys’ Under 16’s Open Championship

Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Links (The 15th Oldest Recorded Club in the World) will play host to the Scottish Boys’ Under 16s Open Championship from the 9-12 July 2018.

This Championship event will bring together an abundance of golfing talent (144 players) from the UK, Europe and beyond to our Scottish Links Golf Course.

Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club recently attended the Scottish Golf Tourism Awards which were held down at the Turnberry Resort at the end of 2017 and the Club were presented (as voted by the public) with Scotland’s Best Golfing Experience (value for money) Award.  The Club has also recently won an additional award from the Luxury Travel Guide Lifestyle Awards where we were honoured with the accolade of Golf Club of the Year for Scotland 2018.   

Are you looking for a venue to hold a golf outing for the 2018 season?  Look no further than Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Links – The 15th Oldest Recorded Club in the World (1793-2018).



Fortrose Golf Links Since1793                


Upcoming Events from The 2018 Scottish Boys’ Under 16’s Open Championship

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