See Brora's entry at finegolf.co.uk

DON'T FORGET

28-Aug  (Ladies & Gents - Members)
Gents & Ladies Stableford

11-Sep  (Open)
"THE LINKS" STABLEFORD
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Message from Alistair Risk, Club President

2016 marks our 125th Anniversary and Royal Dornoch is celebrating 400 years of recorded golf, two extra special reasons to come golfing in Sutherland. Recognised as probably the best example of the great James Braids course designs and certainly the one that has kept to the original vision of the games greatest architect, Brora hugs the coastline and commands breathtaking mountain and sea views just 20 minutes north of Royal Dornoch and an hour from Inverness. Five times Open Champion Peter Thomson rates Brora as “the best traditional links course in the world” while writers and players galore glory in its fabulous setting, its superb condition and the devilish challenges this hidden gem offers. Make sure you include this golfing treat in your Highland Golf Escape. Join us for one of the many great competitions throughout the summer or just come and play!

I look forward to welcoming you in 2016.

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