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Our review Remote, rugged and magnificent, getting to Nairn in the Scottish Highlands may take you a while but it is certainly worth the effort. In fact, if you were visiting this part of the world for a golfing trip, Royal Dornoch, Nairn and (possibly) Castle Stuart would be at the top of the list of ‘must play’ destinations on your itinerary. The layout has a classic links ‘out and back’ routing and if we had one tiny criticism it is that the most stunning topography and views can be found in the first, rather than last, six holes. Nevertheless, virtually all of the holes have a view across the Moray Firth and if you survive a round without losing a ball in the sea, or abundant gorse, you will have had a good day. Despite its remoteness, Nairn has hosted numerous prestigious events and is the venue for the 2012 Curtis Cup. 26th Best Golf Course in the UK
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