Castle Stuart Golf Links, a championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth and well-known landmarks that are synonymous with Inverness and the Black Isle - Kessock Bridge and Chanonry Lighthouse.
Situated only one mile south of the town centre, this parkland course has 18 holes and 2 practice grounds. They also provide lessons for both adults and children.
Torvean Golf Club was founded in 1962 as a 9 hole parkland course on the west side of Inverness on a course run by Inverness Council and then Highland Council up until 2002. The Course was extended in 1981 to 18 holes. The club which sits on the road to Loch Ness and its famous monster has a monster of its own, the par 5, 5th at 5784 yards to a small green just over a rise.
Fairways offers both a 18 and 9 hole golf course. The highlight of the walk around this gently-undulating 18 hole course comes at the 8th tee with the spectacular views of Inverness, The Moray Firth, Ben Wyvis, The Black Isle, Kessock Bridge, and Fort George. For ladies, beginners, juniors, and those in search of an "emergency nine" Fairways Inverness offers a stand-alone nine hole course.
Course architect James Braid's remarkable achievement in designing 18 challenging holes within the narrow Chanonry peninsula is instantly obvious. What Fortrose and Rosemarkie may lack in yardage is more than offset by its small, deceptive greens and strategically-placed bunkers. Breathtaking scenery and a dolphin colony in the adjacent firth are additional attractions.