Membership offer: Invergordon Golf Club

Invergordon

Sitting within stunning scenery, with views over the Cromarty Firth, Fyrish and Ben Wyvis, Invergordon Golf Club is a true parkland course, unique amongst the traditional links courses found at the neighbouring Dornoch, and Tain.

In 2018 the club will be celebrating its 125th year. In preparation for this very special year, it is offering some truly innovative ideas. The club intends to reward the area for the 125 years of support it has received from the community.

The club has already assisted local charities in raising 10s of thousands of pounds and has decided to further show its commitment to the area by supplying completely affordable golf.

WIN A YEAR'S MEMBERSHIP AT INVERGORDON GC!

Several new joining categories and cheaper memberships options, including free membership for juniors are available.

Built on castle grounds, the 18-hole par 69 course is classed as a “Hidden Gem”.

Tree lined fairways, water hazards and blooming rhododendron bushes make this course easy on the eye. It’s deceptively long and wide enough to lose you a shot but not a ball. Lush fairways, and generous greens ensure enjoyment for players of all ability.

Current offers

Full: £315
Senior: £245
Introductory: £175
Student/Full-time Education: £100
Junior: FREE
Highland/Country*: £150
Social: £20

* Competition/voting restrictions may apply.

Contact

Phone: 01349 852715
Email: invergordongolf@tiscali.co.uk
invergordongolf.co.uk
Facebook: Search for 'invergordongolfclub

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