The best golf courses in Moray range from characterful seaside classics to established inland courses – it seems that every village has a golf course in this part of the world
NCG TOP 100s
Do not come here if you consider short courses to be obsolete, because Moray’s charms are much more subtle than that. It's simple, brilliant and unpretentious.
GB & Ireland, Scotland and Moray
Moray New, in Lossiemouth, is the work of Henry Cotton and only opened for play in 1979. In character, though, it's every inch a traditional links, just like the neighbouring Old course.
GB & Ireland, Moray and Scotland
The large two-tiered greens at Duff House Royal are classic MacKenzie work, and the many well-positioned bunkers and trees make the course a severe but fair challenge.
GB & Ireland, Moray, Scotland and Value
Elgin is an attractive, testing heathland course fully justifying its claim to be one of the finest inland courses in the northern part of Scotland.
Should we add Buckpool to the Open rota forthwith? Maybe not. Is it a lovely links course that should be played if given the chance? Absolutely.
Clamber blindly onto the tops, hanging onto its edge... Cullen does not do ordinary.
Moray and GB & Ireland Fun
Each hole at Spey Bay requires a good deal of thought from the tee and a deft touch around the greens, a challenge worthy of any keen golfer.
All you need to know about this brilliant British course
Enjoy a round at “The Jewel of Moray”