Reay Golf Club

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Reay Golf Club lies on the edge of Sandside Bay in the far north of Scotland and offers panoramic views of the Pentland Firth and North Atlantic from every hole on the course.

The course is a true example of a links course, as you would expect when the legendary James Braid had a hand in its design. Its exposed location and the typical challenging conditions call for real shot making, from punched long irons, little bump and runs to hitting under the wind. This is how the game started and what real golf is all about.

The renowned golf course architect Donald Steele is quoted as saying of Reay, “In a different location, it would enjoy worldwide acclaim.” But it is precisely the location that gives the course at Reay its great distinction, as the most northernly18 hole links course on the British mainland.

Designer: 
James Braid
Year Founded: 
1893
Par: 
69
Yards: 
5854
Green Fees: 
n/a
Day Rate Green Fees: 
£25
Address
Address: 
Reay
Caithness
Sutherland
KW14 7RE
United Kingdom
Country: 
Scotland
Phone: 
44 (0) 1847 811288