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Played here mid April started about 11am and ended about 3pm but a 25min break half way round.
A small but able clubhouse with all you need open even though not manned toilets locker rooms to change a seating area with great views also available...More
Travelled a long way to get here , but hey , well worth the trip !! Don t be looking for your posh clubhouse..... no golf shop...or the snobbery associated with many courses .!!
What is here is a cracking coastal course , a nightmare...More
Played Durness 23rd July 2016 in windy but dry conditions. The course is in good condition and has very nice greens. For a nine hole course it has some outstanding holes 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 and especially 9. Only played nine holes but can...More
Really lovely course, very up hill and down dale but stunning views, and lovely people in clubhouse. When I played I got caught in a very heavy downpour and was soaked through when I got back to the clubhouse I was given towels and a...More
Thanks to Lucy and Martin McKay and John I had a brilliant day at Durness. Like most first holes, which don't benefit from great land near the clubhouse, the first at Durness is quite ordinary but beyond that the holes are attractive, challenging and varied....More
Played 18 holes here and basically had the course to myself apart from sheep and their lambs which were free to roam apart from the greens which were protected by fences. Some superb holes and the greens themselves were some of the best greens I...More
We knew this to be the most Northerly of Britains golf courses and had to play it on our trip. It has 9 greens but 18 tees which are different enough at each hole to make it very interesting. The clubhouse was open, as most...More
Wow - the condition of the course and greens is superb, - it was hard to concentrate on my game because the views wherever you are on the course are wonderful. Each hole was a unique challenge - one hole played around a loch, and...More
Most NW course on the mainland - an absolute gem that is reminiscent of Brora crossed with Mt. Massive (CO). Minimal manicuring of nine, distinct, fun holes draped on a "mountain"/hill. Well worth the drive to reach - just be prepared for a "stimulating" 9-hole...More