Visit the Craggan Golf Club website hereCraggan Fishery
& Golf Course
Moray, PH26 3NT
Family Golf Course in the Highlands of Scotland
Officially opened by former R&A Secretary, Sir Michael Bonallack, Craggan Golf Course is now an 18 hole course of 2406 medal yards. Designed by PGA Professional, Bill Mitchell, the first 9 holes were opened in 1995 and the extension was opened in 2000.
This parkland course situated beside the river Spey in the Higland region of Scotland boasts magnificent views of the Cairngorm mountains to the south and the Cromdale hills to the east and is easily accessible from the A95 Speyside road one mile south of the town of Grantown on Spey.
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Scottish Golf Course - Children welcome
It is a par 3 course suitable for all stan dards of golfer, children are most welcome, and while it may not be as long as some it is an excellent test of anybody's short game with holes ranging from 51 yard 16th to the 209 yard 11th. Our signature hole is the 12th, 162 yards downhill onto a two tiered green and over a small pond with the river Spey as a backdrop. There are few places a golfer could be happier on a sunny summers evening than here! The is also an 18 hole putting green of approximately 500 yards which is free if you have paid for use of the golf course and adjacent to the course there is a trout fishing loch and other outdoor activities.
In 2003 a clubhouse was built where there is a tearoom serving meals,
drinks and snacks as well as a small equipment shop selling or hiring
most of a golfers needs. The clubhouse is open daily from 10am to
6pm between April and October and we will be happy to satisfy your
needs to the best of our ability.
This parkland course situated beside the river Spey in the Higland region of Scotland boasts magnificent views of the Cairngorm mountains to the south and the Cromdale hills to the east
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