Traigh Golf Course
Traigh Golf Course is a quirky 9 hole traditional links course set amongst grassy hills, right on the coast near the village of Arisaig in the west Highlands. Traigh means 'beach' in Gaelic and there are a series of sandy beaches that run right alongside the course, as well as magnificent views out to the Inner Hebridean islands.
The site has had golf played on it for the past 100 years and in the 1990s the design was revamped by John Salvesen, a past Captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Course of St Andrews.
The clubhouse is in the style of a traditional Highland ‘but and ben’.