Well done to everyone who played in the Millicent Bowl on Saturday in extreme conditions (strong winds, rain & hailstones) and to play once was great but to have to play twice was very courageous indeed.

Handicap - 1st James Mackenzie - Golspie (Millicent Bowl winner) 2nd Connor Hall - Alness and 3rd Colin Sutherland - Golspie.

Scratch - 1st Gary Urquhart (Campbell Shield Winner), 2nd Darren Hexley and 3rd Daniel Holden.

Well done to Daniel who also had a hole in one on the 2nd.

Thanks to Clynelish Distillery for sponsoring the event.



 We are very pleased to confirm that the Stag on the Green will commence full catering on the 2nd May with an excellent range of cooked and snack foods. The menu ios detailed in the catering section.

Please note that this will be bewteen 12.00 and 16.00 seven days a week. 


We were hit by storm damage last night on 7th October and the course will be open only for 9 holes: 15th, 16th and from 8th - 14th.

From the 3rd to 7th we have stones, wood, seaweed, fishboxes, and sea water at this moment in time and it could be that we could be hit again by Friday.

We will keep you updated on developments and thanks for your patience!


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Golspie's inaugural Celebrity Golf Day organised by James Yuill in aid of Maggie’s Centres and Silver Rock Foundation took place on the 20th September in fine weather with 20 teams playing each with a visiting celebrity including Sir Kenneth Branagh, Jack Shepherd, Neil Innes, Moray Hunter, Clive Mantle, Jim Calder, Euan Kennedy, Sean Gilder, Dave Jessop, Bob Anderson,Robert Gwilym, Robert Pugh, Brian Irvine,Jimmy Quinn, Sion Tudor Owen, Chris Villiers and Gavin Wright.

The course was in magnificent condition courtesy of the usual excellent work by our green keepers under Alexander MacDonald and all teams enjoyed a special day of golf.

The winning team was local players William Macbeath, James Urquhart and Billy Mellville ably assisted by rugby player Jim Calder.

The event raised over £25,000 for Silver Rock Foundation and Maggie's Centre which is an exceptional sum. Well done to James Yuill and all of his helpers.