Holes: 18 18
Par: 71 69
SSS: 73 69
Length: 6,995 yards (6,396m) 6,008 yards (5,494m)
Architect: Old Tom Morris Henry Cotton
Where else could you follow in the footsteps of Old Tom Morris and Henry Cotton on the same day?
Formed in 1889, Moray Golf Club is situated on the southern shores of the Moray Firth and boasts two 18-hole courses. The Old Course, considered by many one of Scotland’s finest, was designed by Old Tom Morris and is a classic links with deep revetted bunkers, undulating gorse-lined fairways and smooth fast greens.
Henry Cotton’s preference for precision golf can be seen in the shorter and somewhat tighter New Course. Although not as long as the Old Course and boasting smaller greens, it is still equally challenging and rewarding.
Moray is a tribute to the artistry of two of golfing greats and not to be missed.