Kings GC - Inverness

The site on which the Kings Course occupies in Inverness has great historical significance to Scotland, having been built on land that has some of the earliest connections known to Pictish Kings, dating back to 565 AD. Formerly Torvean golf course, golf architect Stuart Rennie unveiled his new design for the course in 2019 to great fanfare, making it one of the most talked-about new ventures in the Highlands.

No two holes are the same, and you need to avoid clever bunkering and a number of water features to stay out of trouble. It’s a fun championship test with lots of swales in the fairways and green approaches, with stunning views on a clear day from the 11th green. All in, this will be one of your great surprises on a Highland adventure.

Region :: Highlands

Length :: 6,185 yards

Par :: 70

Balphadrig Road