Scottish Highlands

The Highlands are famous for Loch Ness, stunning scenery, great whisky and of course golf. Home to one of the worlds great golf courses Royal Dornoch is certainly more than worth the trek north. However the Highlands offers much more, with such courses as Nairn, Brora, Fortrose, Golspie, Moray, and Castle Stuart being among the very best.

Castle Stuart has been the host to the Scottish Open which traditionally has been used as a lead up to the Open Championship the following week with the 2013 Scottish Open champion Phil Mickelson going on to win the 'Open Championship' at Muirfield the very next week.

There are several good places to base yourself when you're in the Highlands with the majority staying in the city of Inverness but the villages of Dornoch and Nairn also offer splendid lodgings and are well situated to many courses. In fact the town of Dornoch offers an experience that only St Andrews can equal in terms of the quality of the links and for charm and pure golfing atmosphere.

Don't forget the other attractions when your in the area, such as whiskey tastings, hunting, fishing, dolphin watching, Loch Ness and in general the stunning scenery!

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