See Brora's entry at finegolf.co.uk

DON'T FORGET

31-Aug  (Ladies - Members)
September SLGA Medal

07-Sep  (Open)
"THE LINKS" STABLEFORD
Brian Anderson's Top Tip

Playing away

Practice rounds are useful and you should do your own yardages. Get a feel for the greens and try some chips and bunker shots. If you know your tee off time try to play you practice round at a similar time if practical.
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Message from Alistair Risk, Club President

Now that the summer season is fully underway and the returning Artic Terns perform their acrobatics along the beach holes, we are delighted to welcome back so many of our regular visiting golfers. We hope to see just as many first time visitors to Brora, as the course was never better and is living up to Peter Thomsons opinion as being the “best traditional links course in the World".

Don’t let this Ryder Cup year go by without visiting.

Alistair


White Post  (325 yards par 4)
Sponsored by Don & Julia Brook

The fourth hole, arguably the easiest on the course, is a chance to relax. A reasonable drive down the right-hand side of the fairway will set the golfer up for a long pitch to a flat green. Here is what commentators term "a birdie opportunity" 

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