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Member Review: Durness Golf Club

By: Sarah Ramowski | Sun 04 Oct 2009

Durness Golf Club in the Highlands is the most North Westerly Course on mainland Britainand golfshake.com member Rogey Boyce offers his review:


Where do you start to review the most northerly course in mainland Britain? with views across Balnakiel Bay and Cranstackie and Foinavon inland it is a course of spectacular views.

Do not be fooled by the short length of the course, not a single hole is level, for example the first green is about 70 feet above the tee!

The signature hole is the 9th/18th, a par 3, where the drive is across an inlet in the cliffs; the 18th drive is the longer. It is a "links" course, wih tight fairways and true greens. The clubhouse is well-appointed and offers refreshements.

If you love a challenge, especially in the wind, but even more so like to play amongst spectacular scenery, make the journey, it is worth it.

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