Ballindalloch Golf Club

OVERVIEW

Ballindalloch Golf Course has nine holes and 18 tees that provide an interesting test for golfers of all standards.

The golf course is set between the banks of the Avon River and the Ballindalloch Distillery, among 150-year-old trees and with marvellous views of the surrounding purple heather-clad hills and native birch woods.

This Ballindalloch Golf Course was designed by Donald Steel and Tom Mackenzie, both internationally recognized golf course architects. They created a heady mix of challenging golf and aesthetic appeal, just as they have done at their other famous Scottish design, the Carnegie Course at Skibo Castle.

The course is a par 72 over two levels, making the most of the natural landscape. A combination of wide fairways and narrow approaches give a course that is as testing as it is attractive.

The course is located immediately off the A95 and within easy reach of numerous hotels, distilleries and, of course, Ballindalloch Castle itself. There is also access to two Electric Vehicle charge points in the car park. Ballindalloch Golf Course can also be booked for exclusive use. Click here to find out more about accommodation in Ballindalloch.

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