Ullapool Golf Club was opened in April 1998 by H.R.H Prince Andrew. Whilst the course has been designed and developed to the highest standards, we have maintained a balance with the surrounding landscape and visitors can enjoy their game whilst appreciating the beauty of the Highlands of Scotland.
Situated on the northern border of Ullapool, a highland village with a long heritage, the golf course offers outstanding views of Lochbroom and the Summer Isles beyond. We are within walking distance of the village and our club house offers changing facilities and refreshments if required.
The club is affiliated with both the Scottish Golf Union and Ladies Golf Union and holds regular competitions with competitors entering from the local community and beyond. Visitors are always welcome be they visiting from neighboring towns and villages in Ross Shire and the Highlands, or from further afield and overseas on holiday.
Where ever you are from and whatever your level of play we are sure you will find our club welcoming, enjoyable and invigorating. The views and fresh sea air make our course a pleasing stop for all.
Ullapool is not somewhere you would think to visit for a round of golf. It's the stunning landscapes with mountains and the Summer Islands which draws the crowds. But what better way to enjoy the scenery than a round on the 9 hole course.
The course is well looked after and offers some very interesting holes early on in the round. And even if you have just 45 mins, stop and play the 2nd, 3rd and 4th holes which hug the coast.
The 2nd is by far the best hole on the course being a Par 3, 188 yards. The tee shot is played from an elevated area, playing down to a fairly generous green with the sea on the left and beyond the green. With the wind, its a really difficult shot to play.
The 3rd is a par 4 which has water all the way down the left with a large dune on the right. Anything but straight will be lost. It is not a long hole, but with the wind against you, you will be nervous.
As said, I would not go to Ullapool to play the course, but if you are in the area, you must play it, or at least some of it. If you do 9 holes, you will want to play the first 4 again.
Driver's and 3 woods are not really needed to make par, so make sure your iron play is good.
Favourite Hole: 2
Last Played: 04 June 2012.
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