Old Course - Moray Golf Club

Moray Golf Club

Moray

18 holes | par 71 | 6990 yards | Links

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Course Information

Moray golf course was designed by Old Tom Morris and is often described as one of the most classic golf links in Scotland. Measuring just under 7,000 yards in length, this par 71 golf course with it's undulating fairways and greens provide a tricky test of golf.

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location

On the Northern coast of Scotland, Moray Golf Club is in Lossiemouth, accessible from the A96.

. Stotfield Road, Lossiemouth, Moray, United Kingdom, IV316QS
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    Recommended
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    Classic Links in Town

    Like North Berwick and, of course, The Old Course, Lossiemouth (Moray-Old) begins and ends in town. Although not quite of the same caliber as those two courses, Moray is quite enjoyable. The greens are true, you do have holes along the Firth, Wind is definitely a factor, you can play along the ground as well as in the air, bunkering is strategic and not overly abundant and it is an easy walk. The 18th is the best hole on the course, but I also enjoyed the par 5 second with its dell like sunken green as well as the par 3 15th. The rest of the holes are solid, and the fairways are rumpled so you get lies that are not easy. Yes, the RAF is there. You even play holes with runway lights near the tee boxes or the fairway. To paraphrase Dan Akroyd in the Blues Brothers, the planes "Come by so often, you won't even notice". I thought they gave a unique feel to the place and did not find them to be distracting. Wait for them to fly over and it is quiet again. The staff was very nice and got me out twice with ease. This would not be at the top of a list of best links, but it is still enjoyable and the 18th is about as good as it gets. If in the Firth area for multiple days or even Inverness, this would be a good place to spend a day.

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    Fine October day

    You never ask for silence on the green after you had played Moray...

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    Fantastic course and friendly staff

    Fantastic course ,amazing greens,very friendly staff in clubhouse and pro shop Great value for money on a hot deal on one of Scotland's top links courses A must play course

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