Welcome to Muir of Ord Golf Club
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Scottish Golf Club of the Year 2016
INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS – COVID19
In anticipation that the First Minister will hopefully give the final go ahead on Thursday 28th May for us to open the course to members on Friday 29th May please see below Members Rules and Guidelines which must be followed by all members. These rules will also be available to view at the canopy outside the Clubhouse before play.
The tee booking system will go live for bookings on Tuesday 26th May at 7am. If anyone requires their membership number to register for the online booking system then please let me know by email. Telephone bookings can be made by to the Clubhouse Office between 9am and 2pm Monday to Friday. However, telephone bookings will not be able to be made over weekends.
The first available tee times will be 8am Monday to Friday and 7.30am on Saturday & Sundays. No play before these times will be permitted.
A donations box will be available for members at the Clubhouse entrance to make donations each time they play on the course if they wish to help with Club finances. All donations will be greatly received and there is no pressure for members to contribute if they either don’t wish to make donations or cannot afford to.”
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Muir of Ord is a heathland/moorland 18 hole course situated fifteen miles north of Inverness and is only twenty miles from Inverness Airport. It is set in some stunning Scottish scenery with clear views of Ben Wyvis to the north and to the south may been seen the Beauly Firth and hills above Loch Ness.
The course has shown significant change and improvement since its inception in 1875. In the 1920’s the renowned golf course designer James Braid was engaged and much of what he altered and recommended remains intact to this day.
An interesting and challenging feature is the Inverness to Wick and Kyle of Lochalsh railway line which runs through the course adding to the golfers need for accuracy on a number of holes! Wildlife abounds on the course and players may regularly see red kites soaring above the fairways.
With the number of players steadily increasing a decision was taken in the early 1990’s to purchase additional land. Three new holes were constructed negating the hazard of crossing what was known as the “Great North Road” to play what were two short Par 3 holes (the old 16th and 17th). This led to the new 9th, 10th and 11th holes on the newly purchased land whilst the redundant Par 3 holes were designated as a practice area.
The Club has a small shop selling various items for the golfer and also a bar and restaurant with a warm welcome assured at either the start or at the end of your visit.
The Club is also part of the James Braid Highland Golf Trail which has seven member Clubs located in the North of Scotland.