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Moray Golf Club

Moray Golf Club Scotland

A Brief History of Moray Golf Club

Founded in 1889, Moray Golf Club was initially established with only nine holes. Over the years, the club has undergone several transformations, including adding another nine holes to its offering in 1906. In 1979, the club finally achieved its current layout with the completion of the New Course. The club is still a favourite hangout for golfers from all around the world today.

Course Design at Golf Club Moray

Moray Club has two courses: the Old Course and the New Course. The Old Course, which was originally designed by Old Tom Morris, features classic links-style golf with natural dunes and gorse-lined fairways. The New Course, on the other hand, was designed by Henry Cotton and features a more modern layout with larger greens and a more open parkland style. Both courses provide an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all levels.

Old Course:

The Old Course at Moray Golf Club is a traditional links course that was designed by Old Tom Morris and opened for play in 1889. The course has a par of 71 and measures 6,592 yards from the back tees. It features natural undulating fairways and is surrounded by sand dunes and gorse bushes. The course has a number of blind shots and tricky greens, making it a true test of golfing skill. One of the most notable holes on the course is the par-4 11th, which requires a blind tee shot over a large dune before making the approach to the green.

New Course:

The New Course at Moray Golf Club was designed by Henry Cotton and opened for play in 1979. It is a more modern course than the Old Course, with wider fairways and fewer blind shots. The course has a par of 70 and measures 6,068 yards from the back tees. It is surrounded by trees and offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The course features a number of challenging holes, including 2 par-5s on the 3rd and 14th holes, which have a slight dogleg to the left.

Facilities and Amenities

In addition to its two fantastic courses, It also offers a range of facilities for members and guests. The 1906-built clubhouse provides breathtaking views of the grounds and the surrounding landscape. The clubhouse features a bar, lounge area, and a restaurant serving delicious local cuisine. The club also offers a well-stocked pro shop and practice facilities, including a driving range, putting green, and a chipping area.

It offers a range of amenities for its members and guests, including golf carts, trolleys, and caddies for hire. The club also provides a variety of accommodation choices, such as lodges on-site and affiliations with surrounding hotels. For those looking to entertain guests, the club also offers private dining and event spaces, perfect for corporate events or special occasions.

Fees at Moray Golf Club 2024

The fees for playing at Moray Golf Club vary depending on the time of year and whether you're a member or guest.

Green Fees 2023


Old Course

New Course

1st November – 31st March



1st April – 31st October – Sunrise Rate (7.30am – 8.30am)



1st April – 31st October – Standard Rate



1st April – 31st October – Sunset Rate (3.30pm – 6pm)



Day Ticket



Round on Both



Caddy Hire

£50 (plus discretionary tip)



Club Hire


Electric Trolley


Push Cart


Membership at Moray Golf Club

Joining Moray Golf Club is a great chance to see the club’s beautiful courses and rich history firsthand. Membership options include full membership, country membership, and junior membership. Members enjoy a range of benefits, including unlimited access to both courses, priority tee times, and discounts on clubhouse amenities. 

Membership Prices 2023 – NO JOINING FEE

  1. Category Cost
  2. Full Membership Only £689.10
  3. Senior Membership (65 plus) Only £555.10
  4. Five Day Membership Only £499.10
  5. Senior Five Day Membership (65 plus) Only £402.10
  6. Country Membership (35 miles from Lossiemouth) Only £389.10
  7. Overseas Membership Only £359.10
  8. Youth 18 Membership Only £179.10
  9. Youth 19 Membership Only £219.10
  10. Youth 20 Membership Only £259.10
  11. Youth 21 Membership Only £299.10
  12. Youth 22 Membership Only £339.10
  13. Youth 23 Membership Only £379.10
  14. Youth 24 Membership Only £419.10
  15. Youth 25 Membership Only £459.10
  16. Youth 26 Membership Only £499.10
  17. Youth 27 Membership Only £539.10
  18. Youth 28 Membership Only £579.10
  19. Youth 29 Membership Only £619.10
  20. Student Membership Only £354.10
  21. Junior Under 12 Membership Only £20
  22. Junior 12 Year Old Membership Only £30
  23. Junior 13 Year Old Membership Only £40
  24. Junior 14 Year Old Membership Only £50
  25. Junior 15 Year Old Membership Only £60
  26. Junior 16 Year Old Membership Only £70
  27. Junior 17 Year Old Membership Only £80
  28. House Membership Only £25

Where is Moray Golf Club?

If you are driving then Moray Golf Club can be found on the outskirts of Lossiemouth, not far from A96 near Elgin. If you are flying into Scotland then the closest airports are Aberdeen International Airport and Inverness Airport, both of which are less than a two-hour drive away.

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