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Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club

Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club

Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club is located to the north of Inverness and is the 15th oldest recorded club in the world. This course spans along the Chanonry peninsula in the ‘Black Isle’ that juts out to Rosemarkie Bay on the Moray Firth. It is a favourite spot for many dolphin enthusiasts to catch a glimpse of the local dolphin pods feeding. Fortrose and Rosemarkie is a really quirky, great fun place to play golf in the Highlands. The Luxury Travel Guide Lifestyle Awards also honoured the club with the accolade of ‘Golf Club of the Year for Scotland 2019’.

A Brief History of Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club

The Club was founded in 1888, making it one of the oldest clubs in the Scottish Highlands. Over the years, the course has been redesigned and improved by some of the top names in golf, including James Braid and Henry Cotton. Today, the club is a popular destination for golfers who want to experience the unique challenges of links golf in Scotland.

A Brief History of Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club Scotland

The Par 71 6,085 yard course at Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club is a traditional links course that winds its way along the coast of the Moray Firth. The course is well-maintained and features a mix of challenging par 3s, tricky par 4s, and demanding par 5s. Although the course is short, it certainly makes up for its challenge in other ways. Specifically, the course includes narrow fairways guarded by gorse, small undulating greens and pot bunkers at every turn. As well as also contending with some incredible cross winds that sweep across the peninsula.

Facilities and Amenities at Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club

In addition to the impressive course, Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club also offer a range of facilities to ensure that visitors have an enjoyable experience. These include a pro shop that offers golf lessons and is stocked with a wide range of golfing gear, a practice area, and a clubhouse that serves delicious food and drink. Visitors are welcome to play 7 days a week at any time subject to availability.

Fees at Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club 2024


9 Mar 2023-30 October 2023

1 Nov 2023- 7 Mar 2024

One Round (Weekdays)

£ 85.00 & £ 35.00 (Juniors)

£ 30.00 & £ 15.00 (Juniors)

Day Ticket (Weekdays)

£ 120.00 & £ 50.00 (Juniors)

£ 50.00 & £ 20.00 (Juniors)

One Round of Golf (Weekend)

£ 95.00 & £ 35.00 (Juniors)

£ 35.00 & £ 15.00 (Juniors)

Day Ticket (Weekend)

£ 125.00 & £ 50.00 (Juniors)

£ 125.00 & £ 50.00 (Juniors)

Twilight Golf (One Round Only)

2.30pm+ £ 70.00 & £ 25.00 (Juniors)

2.00pm+ £ 25.00 & £ 10.00 (Juniors)

5-Day Ticket (Monday-Friday)

£ 300.00 & £ 120.00 (Juniors)

£ 120.00 & £ 60.00 (Juniors)

10-Day Ticket (Not Saturday/Sunday)

£ 500.00 & £ 200.00 (Juniors)

£ 200.00 & £ 100.00 (Juniors)

  • Trolley Hire – £5.00 per Trolley & £20.00 for an Electric Trolley.
  • Club Hire – These are rented out at £30.00 per Round (Srixon, Callaway or Taylormade Golf Clubs).
  • Buggy Hire – £30.00 per Round & £50.00 for a Day Ticket.
  • Caddies – They are available on request and cost £60 + gratuity.

Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club Membership

For those who plan to play at Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club on a regular basis, membership is an excellent option. With a range of membership packages available, golfers can enjoy discounted rates, priority tee times, and other exclusive benefits. Prices range from £170 – £500 depending on age and membership package

Where is Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club?

Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club is located on the Black Isle peninsula, just a short drive from Inverness. To get there, take the A9 north and follow signs for Fortrose. The club is located just outside the town, with ample parking available for visitors.

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