This beautiful 18 hole seaside course looks out seawards to the isle of Raasay and inland to Glamaig, one of the Red Cuillins. Most of the nine greens have an alternate tee giving a different approach and length second time around. We are open all year and welcome golfers of all ages and abilities.



The journey to Skye from Glasgow via Fort William is long (approx 200 miles) but spectacular with stunning scenary on route.  The roads are good.  Traffic levels vary enormously depending on the season. If you take the A82 up by Loch Lomond in summer time, expect to get stuck behind a lot of caravans!


By train:   One of the best modes of getting in to the Isle of Skye area is via train.   There is a major train station located in Glasgow where visitors can catch the train to Mallaig.   The ride takes approximately six hours.   From there, the best method of proceeding on to the Isle of Skye is to take the ferry across. There is also a rail link between Inverness and Kyle of Lochalsh where you can then go over the Skye Bridge onto Skye. The train takes approximately 2.5 hours. In summertime thsi can be a very scenic route. And being connected to the mainland by a bridge there is no need for a ferry.