Golf as it Once Was
An experience best described as golf as it once was, Cabot Highlands harkens back to a simpler era of the game.
Hugging the shoreline of the Moray Firth, the rugged and natural landscape is comprised of vast expanses of gorse, broom, heather, and sea marram. Tightly framed vistas combine the immediacy of natural surrounds with far-stretching views, creating at once a sense of grounding and grandeur. Manicured playing surfaces and natural rugged vegetation come together in a design reminiscent of golf’s transitional period from 1890 to 1935.
Currently home to the Castle Stuart Golf Links Cabot Highlands will soon expand its golf offerings with the addition of a Tom Doak-designed 18-hole course in 2024.
From infinity edge greens to rumpled fairways, natural bunkers, and spectacular open views, Castle Stuart offerings an experience that is truly ‘of the place” and yet, of a different era. Picture wayward shots finding thin wispy fescue or pockets of bare sand where balls are easily found and recoveries manageable.
Course in the Making
A second course designed by acclaimed golf course architect Tom Doak, will be built on a pristine piece of land, playing around Castle Stuart’s 400-year-old castle. The course will incorporate natural contours, meandering through hillsides and expansive open land with several holes along the water. Course construction will begin in 2023 with an estimated completion date of 2024.
Former Curtis Cup player Gillian Stewart, a four-time winner on the Ladies European Tour, is a highly regarded golf coach based at Castle Stuart. Gillian Stewart offers:
- Private golf lessons
- On-course lessons
- Links golf lessons
- Play, stay & learn Packages
For more information, visit www.gillianstewart.com.
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