Welcome

Gairloch Golf Club occupies a fabulous location above a beautiful long sandy beach with the Minch and the islands of Skye, Harris and Lewis to the west, the mountains of Torridon to the south, and the wilderness of Letterewe to the east. To the north lies Ullapool, the gateway to the Western Isles.

The 9-hole course set amongst rolling dunes provides an excellent challenge to golfers of all abilities with a testing par for low handicappers but a forgiving nature for the more casual player. The club which was established in 1898 has been steadily developed and every year sees further investment in the course and its facilities. Members enjoy a full program of competitive events throughout the year and our Open Competitions provide the perfect opportunity for visitors to join us to compete for silverware and cash prizes.

The clubhouse has earned a good reputation for its catering which is open to golfers and non-golfers alike throughout the season. The licensed cafe has panoramic views over the course, the beach, and out across Loch Gairloch. Visitors are most welcome.

Gairloch is a popular destination for visitors to Scotland with a variety of good accommodation, beaches, wildlife cruises, and easy access to excellent walking and fishing. The famous National Trust gardens at Inverewe are just a few minutes to the north at Poolewe.

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RBS Award

Gairloch Golf Club was one of three runners-up in the RBS Junior Golf Club of the Year Award for 2014. This is a fantastic achievement for a club of our size and location. We were given a cheque for £500 which we will use to further improve our junior golf coaching. The picture shows our new junior captain, Emily Morrison, receiving the cheque from our junior convener, Ian Graham. It was a wild and windy day but we still had a lot of juniors turn up for coaching. Thanks to everyone who made this award possible, to all our juniors and to everyone who voted for us. Well done Gairloch.