Sutherland, Bonar Bridge, Ardgay, 9 hole Golf course in Scotland, only 45 minutes north of Inverness on the Struie road, set amongst grand scenery, Loch Migdale down below to the south east, surrounded with woodland and panoramic scenery, barren and rugged heights to the north, while the south can seem the sinuous channel of the Kyle of Sutherland, with magnificent mountains of Ross beyond.
Here on the Bonar-Ardgay course the votary of the Royal and ancient game, you will fined the practice facility with two nets, bunker and putting green offering you the chance to have a good warm up before taking on the course, with excellent greens and fairways maintained by a lady greenkeeper.
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The course is tight with 9 very different holes, but if you keep it straight a good score is there for the taking, the narrow soft turfed fairways are a joy to play off, although some of the greens are a little difficult to hit and rather small, the new greens along the Loch side are larger and more undulating the three short par threes are super little holes, the new 3rd you play off and elevated tee, down to a large green with a pond waiting at the rear.
The 6th modelled on the 6th at Royal Dornoch and the 8th green a new challenge awaits, if you play this beautiful maintained course especially the new par 5, fifth hole, Bonar Bridge course makes a lovely contrast to Sutherland's links courses, advance booking are not necessary, visitors can play the course at all times, ladies and gents toilet and changing rooms are available to visitors throughout the season, birds and animals are in abundance including deer, buzzards and the ponds are full of wild life.