I'm lucky enough to have a holiday home in Dornoch, so I play the championship course whenever I come up. The reviews below say it all.
Just a few things to add.
Firstly, the Dornoch Firth has it's own micro climate which sometimes means that you can be playing golf in sunshine while it's raining on the hills around.
Secondly, the club runs an open competition, the Carnegie Shield, in the second week of August which gives visitors the opportunity to play at least 2 rounds off the medal tees for an entry fee that is close to the usual cost for 1 round.
Finally, sitting in the clubhouse after a round, having drink or a bit to eat (very good food at reasonable prices) in the evening over looking the Firth is a wonderful experience ... regardless of how you've played.
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