Welcome to Tain Golf Club
Welcome to Tain Golf Club in Ross-Shire, a traditional Scottish Highland links course designed by Old Tom Morris situated 9 miles south of Dornoch and 34 miles north of Inverness.
Our Championship length links overlooking the Dornoch Firth arguably offers one of the best settings imaginable in the highlands for a round of golf. With sea on one side and the backdrop of the mountains behind, every day brings a different aspect to this challenging and beautiful course and the layout of the holes guarantees an interesting round for beginners or experts.
The sheltered location of the course ensures favourable weather for most of the year. With our clubhouse offering an excellent selection of drinks and fine dining at G's Restaurant we are confident that you will want to return time and time again.
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Please note the AGM will take place on Thursday 3rd December and not Friday 4th as stated on the fixture lists.
Tain Golf Club and G's restaurant are very excited to launch a new partnership with the luxurious Aspen Spa!!
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GOLF FOR £25 on a Tuesday & Thursday 2pm - 4pm
"Tain is a classic and a "must visit" on any Highland golfing holiday. You will receive a warm welcome as I did."
Peter Thomson, AO, CBE - 5 times Open Champion 1954, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1965
"...The Low Road to Tain is a must for all golfing connoisseurs"
Sir Bob Charles, ONZ, KNZM, CBE - 1963 Open Champion
I really enjoyed playing Tain course and the best compliment I can give it is that I would love to go back and play again. Interesting holes and lovely views.
Mary McKenna MBE
I really enjoyed my round at Tain and the hospitality was second to none.
Gillian Stewart, PGA Advanced Fellow Professional
Book a Tee Time
Tee times are available for visitors from 7.30am during the week and 10am at weekends subject to competitions.
£40 FOR 30% Discount at Five Traditional Highland Links Golf Courses (including the championship course at Royal Dornoch)