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Message from Alistair Risk, Club President

Spring has arrived early in the Far North. The Brora course has enjoyed a mild winter and is in superb condition, ready to welcome visitors to what is increasingly being referred to as “the best traditional links course in the world.”

2014 is the Year of the Homecoming for overseas Scots descendants and of course Gleneagles (that other golf resort that owes its fame to James Braid) will host the Ryder Cup, so what better time to have that promised trip to Scotland the home of golf and to play here or any of the courses that are our partners in Highland Golf Escapes.

Do visit us soon and enjoy a fabulous golf course and wonderful scenery, in one of the sunniest corners of Scotland. You are assured of a warm welcome.

Alistair


Achrimsdale Burn  (412 yards par 4)
Sponsored by Clynelish Distillery

The eleventh is a difficult hole to club. The line off the tee is the left edge of the fairway. It is the second shot which presents the problem. The green, protected by a hollow at the front and bunkered to the left, is narrow, with the bottom of the  pin hidden. There is also the small matter of the burn which crosses the 11th on its way to the 7th.

Hole descriptions are from Hugh Baillie's book, "Golf in the Back of Beyond"  - available from the Pro Shop