Length: 6,240 yards (5,706m)
Architect: Graeme Webster
Set on the gentle, south-facing slopes of the Dee valley, Inchmarlo Golf Club’s Laird’s course is a striking parkland course which rewards golfers with dramatic views of the surrounding theatrical landscape.
Measuring 6,240 yards, this 18-hole course winds its way up and down the hillside and requires the golfer to play all sorts of interesting shots. The course is bound by mature woodland and features numerous water hazards, undulating fairways and a selection of bunkers, all positioned to welcome any wayward shots.
The first hole is a 284-yard, par 4 which is full of charm and mischief and sets the scene for the round. As the golfer continues they must focus, it can be all too easy to be distracted by the sheer beauty of Inchmarlo’s secluded setting.