No 4 – Nairn Golf Club

Assisting clubs in the far north of Scotland is a legacy of Old Tom Morris’ work. The Nairn GC is another of his fine achievements, a glorious links course hugging the Moray Firth and host to countless leading events down the years – notably The Amateur Championship in 2021. Taking forward the initial design of Andrew Simpson for the Club’s founding in 1887, Old Tom was called upon a few years later to totally revise the course and extend it westward over the Earl of Cawdor’s property. Today, it is a masterpiece of a design with the sea in play on six of the first seven holes, with raised greens and others nestled in hollows to test the best.