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Scottish Golf Clubs
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Traigh - Arisaig
West Linton



Is this the most beautiful Golf course in Scotland? - Just look at that view!
The first green of the Traigh golf course.
Location
Traigh Golf Course is set in one of the most beautiful parts of the West Highlands of Scotland, just north of Arisaig, Inverness-shire.

The word Traigh (pronounced 'try') means 'beach' in Gaelic, and a series of sandy beaches run alongside the course, with stunning views to the Hebridean islands of Eigg and Rum, and the Cuillins of Skye.

About the Course
The course is based on a line of grassy hills, with the springy turf of a true links course. It is a nine hole course, par 68, SSS 65.
Traigh is a subtle golf course that rewards accurate shotmaking. Good players are made to work for their scores, and yet high handicappers are given every chance. In short, Traigh offers something for everyone.

Maintained to the highest standard, Traigh presents the golfer with all the traditional challenges of a classic seaside links.

Click on the image to visit the course website. The site has a gallery of images of the course.