Join the ‘Scottish Golf Club of the Year 2016’ from now until March 2018 for only £100 and if you take out full membership in 2018 the £100 will be deducted from the annual fee.
To take up this fantastic offer or if you have any questions please contact the Club Secretary E: firstname.lastname@example.org or T: 01463 870825.
Muir of Ord Golf Club is a typical heathland/moorland 18 hole course located just north of Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland. The course has steadily improved and lengthened throughout the years and is now 5542 yards from the medal tees, 5229 from the yellow tees and 5128 from the ladies tees. It is a playable and enjoyable golf course for beginners up to experienced players.
Party laid out by James Braid, Muir of Ord Golf Club dates from 1875 and is divided in two by the Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh and Wick railway line. With play increasing over the course, in the very early 1990’s additional land was purchased and three new holes were built negating the hazard of crossing the busy Muir of Ord to Beauly road to play what were two very short par 3’s (the old 16th & 17th). This led to new 9th, 10th and 11th holes, whilst the redundant short par 3 holes are now used as a practice area.