Ballindalloch Castle Golf Course

Scotland is synonymous with the sport of golf and the Scottish Highlands are home to many of the country’s finest Links and Heath-land courses. We are proud to continue this tradition with our very own Ballindalloch Golf Course, a magnificent Championship standard course designed by the internationally recognised golf course architects Donald Steel and Tom Mackenzie.

Golfers who are familiar with the Carnegie Course at Skibo Castle, one of Donald and Tom’s most well-known Scottish designs, will immediately recognise the compelling combination of challenging terrain and atheistic appeal to be found at Ballindalloch Golf Course. Set upon the leafy banks of the River Avon, with its testing nine hole, eighteen tee, heathland course, excellent greens and undulating fairways, Ballindalloch Golf Course has quickly garnered a reputation as one of Scotland’s finest nine hole golf courses.

Do not just take our word for it. Here is what noted golf connoisseur Michael Parkinson has to say about Ballindalloch Golf Course.

Ballindalloch Golf Course is the perfect place to find escape from an imperfect world. By the imaginative use of alternative tees, it has achieved the illusion of making nine holes into 18. Purists who scoff at the idea would be missing a treat if they passed it by. For natural beauty and golf played to the tune of the wind and river it is worth seeking out. Such days should never end. (Parkinson on Monday РThe Daily Telegraph Sports Section)

Ballindalloch Golf Course is open to visitors all year round. Nine or eighteen holes can be played and we offer discounted week and season tickets, juniors (under 16) and Winter off-season tickets. Equipment hire is available, including clubs, trollies and buggies.

For more information please visit the Ballindalloch Golf Course website.