Royal Dornoch Golf Club - Reviews from across the web
Golf Nook Scotland review of the majestic Royal Dornoch Golf Club
The 4th is a good example of what is in store. At 427 yards it's not the longest par 4 on the course but it requires a demanding second shot from an undulating fairway to an equally undulating plateau green guarded not only by two deep bunkers on the left, but a severely sloping fall-off on the righ...
Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Championship links course in the Highlands of Scotland
Over the years the Championship course has been tweaked and enhanced by greats such as John Sutherland and our own ex-professional and greenkeeper, Donald Ross. Open Champion, George Duncan added new holes after the war ensuring that the course has remained a challenge in the face of ever improving ...
Royal Dornoch Golf Club
The responsibility for actually designing the Championship course fell to the legendary Old Tom Morris who used the unique links-land features to create a magical golfing experience – one that prompted Tom Watson, five times Open Champion, to say "it’s the most fun I’ve ever had on a golf cours...
Royal Dornoch Golf Club - Course Details - Scotlands Golf Courses
ASK any knowledgeable golfer to name his top 10 courses in the world and it`s almost certain that Royal Dornoch will feature high among them. This outstanding links, originally the work of Old Tom Morris, is a championship course of the highest order and encapsulates everything a golfer seeks in the...
Royal Dornoch Golf Club - Top 100 Golf Courses of the British Isles
According to the 2005 first edition of the top100golfcourses book, this course is the number one as voted by website reviewers and it easy to see why this beats all the more renowned Scottish tracks – there is an “X factor” , an intangible golfing variable that you feel from start to finish when you...
Royal Dornoch Golf Club - Dornoch - Reviews of Royal Dornoch Golf Club - TripAdvisor
I had the chance to play Royal Dornoch in early June, 2007, on a sunny, warm day with almost no wind. Having been awed by The Old Course at St. Andrews a few days earlier, I was convinc...
Royal Dornoch Golf Club Golf Tours in Scotland - Royal Dornoch
Royal Dornoch is proud that we are one of the original locations of golf in Scotland. Centuries before the golf club was founded records show the game was being played in 1616 on the town land on the links along the seashore. It was Old Tom Morris who had the honour of really designing the Champions...
The Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Dornoch, Sutherland, UK
The remoteness of Royal Dornoch has helped create a mystique about this magnificent golfing outpost in the far north of Scotland, fifty miles north of Loch Ness. Situated just four degrees below the Arctic Circle, it is possile on a June evening to play golf until almost midnight. Thanks to the mode...
Golf Highland, Scotland - Royal Dornoch Golf Club
The course is just over 6,500 yards, but this is no reflection on the degree of difficulty to be found on many holes. It is classic links with the first 8 holes following the natural slants and humps of old dune embankments while the rest flank the sandy beaches of Dornoch Bay. Raised or sloping gre...
Royal Dornoch Golf Club - Highlands - Golf breaks, golf weekends and golf holidays at Royal Dornoch Golf Club - Golfbreaks.com
The opening hole on the Championship course, a simple par 4, is no indication of the joy â€“ and trouble â€“ to come. It is not until golfers walk over the headlands to the third tee that they get a sense of this striking golf course. Tom Watson came here and said he'd had the most fun I've ever had...
Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Dornoch , Caithness and Sutherland, Scotland
With its challenging greens and unpredictable wind, you're guaranteed an unforgettable round of golf at Royal Dornoch. Thoughtful play wi...
Golf vacation packages in the highlands of Scotland including Royal Dornoch golf club with Moss golf tours.
It is not enough here to simply keep the ball on the fairway, inviting as they may look. This is a golf course where thought is required. It is an enjoyable course for the average player, and offers an interesting challenge for the more expert golfer. Royal Dornoch might seem a pretty straightforwar...