Brora Golf Course
Golf Breaks in Scotland
There’s nothing quite like playing 18 holes of golf in the country where it all started.
In fact, Scotland’s reputation as the Home of Golf continues to inspire guests from far and near to visit the Highlands and breathe in some of the most challenging – and picturesque – golf courses anywhere in the world. Brora Golf Club is no different. Although it was established in 1891, James Braid, five-time British Open champion and prolific golf course designer, revamped the course in 1923, offering golfers a fair and challenging test of true links golf, which has stood up to the passing of time. To find out more about the courses that James Braid designed take a look at James Braid Highland Golf
Brora contains all the characteristics of the Scottish seaside links – and the layout is classic. An easy opening hole, a short hole facing each cardinal point of the compass, a hole you can't reach in two shots, and the last green under the clubhouse window.
The course ensures you use every club in the bag and that you’ll have to adapt and manufacture according to whether the course is running fast or slow, with the greens throughout renowned for their texture.
The rough is negligible in order to facilitate play, so you ought to return home with all the golf balls you brought. Overall, the golf course is a holiday treat, the clubhouse is modern and comfortable and the catering is excellent.
But the most overriding, all-important feature, is the warm, friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
The Green Fees:
March/April & October
£35 per round or £45 per day
May to September
8.00am-8.50am and noon-3.50pm £49
9.00am-11.50am £59 per round
Daily Ticket £20 supplement
Weekday Ticket (Mon - Fri): £170.00 unlimited golf
Weekly Ticket (Mon-Sun): £225.00 unlimited golf
Twilight Golf (after 4pm to 4.50pm): £35
Twilight Golf (after 4.50pm): £30
Juniors under 14 play free if accompanied by a full paying adult. This is strictly one junior per adult, Junionrs 14-17 pay 50% of green fee.
The club requests a deposit of £10.00 per person to confirm a reservation. This may be waived for tour operators who prepay the full green fee more than one week in advance.
Visitor restrictions apply at the following times:
Tuesday before 9.15am, 2pm to 2.45pm and after 4pm
Saturday before 10am
Sunday before 10am
It is sometimes possible to allow visitors during these times. Please check with the secretary.
The Dress Code:
There is no strict dress code – smart casual is accepted. Jeans are acceptable on the course and in the clubhouse. There is no rule regarding metal or soft spikes.
The clubhouse is open 7.30am to 11am daily from April to October. The bar is open 11am to 11pm. Catering is available from 11am to 5pm May to September, 11am to 3pm April and October, and may be booked outside these times.
The club offers courtesy PGA and BIGGA members if requested in advance and on production of a membership card.
Equipment Hire Per Round:
Buggies / Carts: £25
Power Trolleys: £9
The club will make every effort to meet requests for caddies, but regrets that it is not possible to guarantee that individuals, who are self-employed, will be available.
Cancellations should be notified as soon as possible. Cancellations more than 15 days before the date of play will attract a full refund, minus a small administration charge of £10. Refunds of deposits after this time are at the discretion of Brora Golf Club.