Brora Golf Club, Sutherland
The golf club in Brora was established in 1891. In 1923 James Braid, five times Open champion and prolific designer of golf courses visited the course and redesigned the 18-hole layout which has stood the passing of time and remains a fair and challenging test of a true traditional links course. Overall the golf course is a real treat, the clubhouse is modern and comfortable, and the catering is excellent. But perhaps the over-riding, all important, feature is the atmosphere, As with all seaside links there are some very special places throughout this course; the panorama of seascape and landscape from the second tee, the proximity of the sea to the 9th green and the beauty of the 13th green, one of the jewels in Braids crown. Tarbatness, the 17th, so called because of the lighthouse which gives you the line and with the elevated tee, is one of the best driving holes in all of Scotland. Brora golf course represents all the attributes of a traditional Scottish Highland links, with a classic layout, an easy opening hole, and a short hole facing each cardinal point of the compass, you will have to adapt and manufacture according to whether the course is running fast or slow.
Brora Golf Course (par-69)
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