Nairn Golf Club is nestled on the shores of the Moray Firth less than 20 miles northeast of Inverness.
Like so many of Scotland’s most respected courses, it’s a descendant of Old Tom Morris and James Braid. Read more “Nairn Golf Club, Nairn, Scotland”
The great James Braid won five Open Championships before he designed the King’s Course at Gleneagles which opened in 1919. Of the more than 200 courses he would go on to design, the King’s is considered to be Braid’s parkland masterpiece. You’ll find links-style pot bunkers, heather and gorse combined with inland characteristics like trees and forests, a generally slower surface; plus numerous elevation changes several of them considerable.
We at PerryGolf are asked regularly by our clients to suggest hidden gem courses and courses that hark back to golf as it was played in the past as well as the new modern layouts. I have read with interest plans to restore Taymouth Castle near Gleneagles back to its original James Braid design. The course currently is ideal for a nice relaxing round in some stunning scenery so with the addition of the new improvements -including 2 holes along the banks of the River Tay – it promises to be a great layout and should be ready right on time for the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in 2014. You can see full details by clicking here.
By Alastair Niven. Alastair has been with PerryGolf for over 11 years and is one of our Golf Travel Specialists.