We are pleased to announce that the Lagmore Café will open in the Clubhouse from 28 April for everyone to enjoy.
Initially it will be open from 0930 until 1600hrs Wednesday – Sunday inclusive
The golf course is operating on a Pay and Play basis.
The price per person per 9 hole round is £10.00 (incl. VAT).
Season tickets are available at £120 (incl. VAT) for the calendar year
Please pay before you play
The Course has been prepared in accordance with COVID-19 guidance issued by Scottish Golf. In advance of coming to the course, Golfers are directed to the Scottish Golf ‘Procedures for Golfers’.
When the Lagmore Café is open please sign in to and pay at the clubhouse. When it is closed put your money in the envelopes provided in the tub at the front door and add to the front of the envelope your Name, Tee Off time, Date and Postcode for where you live.
This information will be kept for a period of at least 6 weeks to assist with contact tracing should the need arise.
Golfers planning to play at Ballindalloch are expected to observe the following:
- Travel to the golf course from your home must be in line with Scottish Government guidelines.
- If you are in the highest risk group outlined by the Government, then consider staying at home.
- If you are ill or have any symptoms of COVID-19 then stay at home.
- Ensure you have enough golf balls, tees etc.
- Park your car in such a way as to facilitate physical distancing.
- Change your shoes in the car park
On the Course:
- Always observe social distancing rules on the course.
- With no rakes allowed on the course, golfers are to make their very best efforts to smooth the sand using their club and/or their feet.
- Following play of a hole, do not enter the next teeing area until the all members of the group in front have played their tee- shots and exited the teeing area.
- Do not share equipment, food or drink with other players during your round.
- Do not touch the flag or flagstick. Putt with the flagstick in and remove your own ball from the hole. Remember: not every putt needs to be holed out in casual golf.
ABOUT THE COURSE
Ballindalloch Castle Golf Course, with its nine holes and 18 tees, provides a fair test for golfers of all standards. The golf course is set on the banks of the Avon River, among 150-year-old trees and with marvellous views of the surrounding purple heather-clad hills and native birch woods.
This Ballindalloch course was designed by Donald Steel and Tom Mackenzie, both internationally recognized golf course architects. They created a heady mix of challenging golf and aesthetic appeal, just as they have done at their other famous Scottish design, the Carnegie Course at Skibo Castle.
The layout delivers a par 72 over two levels, making the most of the natural landscape. A combination of wide fairways and narrow approaches give a course that is as testing as it is attractive.
The course is located immediately off the A95 and within easy reach of numerous hotels, distilleries and, of course, Ballindalloch Castle itself. There is also access to two Electric Vehicle charge points in the car park. The course can also be booked for exclusive use.