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Golspie Golf Course in Scotland Offers Three Types of Courses in One

A golf vacation in Scotland can be an exciting and invigorating experience. There are over five hundred golf courses in Scotland, each quite unique. It can be a chance for a memorable family vacation as there is much for the entire family to see and do in Scotland. Furthermore, the country is small enough for one to be based in a place and travel to a different town every day.

The climate in Scotland can be a challenge to the golfer but never unbearable. Take care to equip and clothe yourself adequately. Summer is peak travel time to Scotland for the Brits and overseas visitors so it may be a good idea to opt for a smaller less known location for a perfect golfing vacation. The east coast of Scotland is colder but dryer than the west but in summer the weather is never extreme.

Golspie is a quiet, friendly Highland village in the center of the east coast of Sutherland. Located on the shores of the Moray Firth under the shadow of Ben Bhraggie, Golspie is home to an award winning beach and is surrounded by beautiful countryside. In addition to challenging golf at the Golspie Golf course there are a host of things to do in the area. The waters offer opportunities for angling and canoeing while the woods can introduce you to the exciting sports of deer stalking and falconry.

Golspie offers a unique blend of seaside links, heath and parkland golf and is a good place to experience the variety Scotland offers in its courses. Founded in 1889 and designed by the legendary James Braid, it is an easy walking course that offers a refreshing experience because it is so variable. The spectacular location and bracing weather add their own challenges to your game here. Golspie is only fifteen miles from the famous Royal Dornoch golf course and close to other local courses, Tain and Brora.

Dunrobin castle is another local attraction for lovers of history. There are wonderful walks including an invigorating walk to the top of Ben Bhraggie that offers panoramic views. Another local attraction is the Big Burn waterfall set in small beautiful gorge. Nature lovers have plenty of opportunities for bird watching, study of plants and fossil-hunting. A local rifle range for clay pigeon shooting and an internationally acclaimed kart racing circuit are located nearby.

 





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