Existing mostly in the gardens of Castle Gordon, now demolished, Invergordon golf course is a parkland course, mainly level with open fairways. The course is accessible and forgiving with limited areas of rough and is ideal for golfers at all levels. Approved golfing carts are allowed for those who wish to use them. All our holes enjoy extensive views of the Cromarty Firth and the course rates as one of the most scenic in Scotland.
Originally a nine-hole course, the club was extended to eighteen holes in 1996 and now has some good testing par fours and a dog leg par five. The 8th has a natural pond and, along with the 3rd and 9th, is surrounded by rhododendron bushes known as the American Gardens, a beautiful setting in late spring.