Moray Golf Club, Highlands
Moray Old, dates from 1889 and is a legacy of the 19th Century master of golf architecture Old Tom Morris. It is a simple out and back layout, much the same as The Old Course at St. Andrews, with other similarities to the Grand Old Lady along the way. This is classic golf of the highest order, placing Moray Old among the very best traditional links of Scotland. Generous fairways and formidable bunkering are hallmarks of Moray Old, including good old-fashioned, cross-bunkers. The greens are as good as any you will play in Scotland, seemingly quite flat, but with more than a fair share of subtle contours and rolls. What this course has in common with links the world over is a buffeting wind that can whistle in from the North Sea, changing direction and velocity on a whim, a reminder that nothing about a links course should be too predictable. One of the great joys among the many offered by Moray Old is the closing hole, some say the best in all Scotland and again, reminiscent of the 18th at St. Andrews Old, just a tad tougher. The green is more elevated and very heavily bunkered, but it's a home hole that will live in your memory for many years to come.
Moray Old Course (par-71)
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