Nestling on the shores of the Moray Firth lies one of Scotland's finest Golf Courses


We are delighted to say that our 2021 diary is open for bookings. Please call the office +44 (0) 1667 453208 or email to reserve your tee times. We look forward to hearing from you


First and foremost, we at Nairn Golf Club hope that you and your family are safe and healthy.
With the announcement from the Scottish Government and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, on Thursday 21st May, we are extremely excited to get back to playing golf this week.
For the time being Nairn Golf Club will be open for member only play.

In the meantime, for a look at our drone footage after the completion of the course renovations please visit our facebook page following this link: We hope you will be able to experience the 'new' course in the not so distant future.

Take care and stay safe!

- The Team at Nairn Golf Club

Welcome to the Nairn Golf Club

Home of the 1999 Walker Cup and 2012 Curtis Cup

Ranked number 11 in the list of Top 100 Courses in Scotland 2015 (Golf World Magazine), this Traditional Scottish Golf Links Course was created from a Highland wilderness of gorse and heather, and tests the talents of professional and amateur alike. Founded in 1887, it is now one of the best courses in Scotland, and has hosted a large number of important championships.



Visitors are most welcome to enjoy the finest links golf while exploring this unique and beautiful part of Scotland

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Course  Guide
Course Guide

A truly remarkable feature of the championship course is that from every hole you can see the beautiful waters of the Moray Firth.

Pro Shop
Pro Shop

This well-stocked shop carries an extensive range of merchandise and whatever your requirements the team will look after your needs.

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Nairn is a classic, traditional out-and-back links, and the opening half a dozen holes along the coast rival anything at more illustrious Scottish courses
Jock Howard
Commissioning editor, Golf World