A must-visit location for championship links golf in the Scottish Highlands is Nairn Golf Club, which is situated halfway between Inverness and Dornoch. The Moray Firth can be seen from every hole on the first seven holes of this links course from the 19th century. One of the reasons Nairn was chosen to host the famous Walker Cup matches in 1999 was because of its difficult, rolling, firm greens, which are regarded as some of the best in Scotland.

Launched by TGC 2019 simulation software and designed by JJohnson9, the course was built in 1887 and enjoys golfing season all year round. Built by Old Tom Morris, Charles Kenneth Cotton, James Braid, and Martin Hawtree, the club is an ideal destination for golfers enjoying their favorite sport. It comprises a clubhouse, pull-carts, caddies, and a driving range for the convenience of the players. Invite your playing buddy to play your favorite game on this spectacular course module.