This eighteen hole golf course was formed in 1890.
The course was designed by Willie Park with assistance from James Braid. Situated in the Cairngoms National Park, the course is approximately thirty five miles south east of Inverness. Grantown is a small and friendly town with a grand history of tourism.
The course measures 5710 yards, with a par of 70 and Standard Scratch Score of 68. Though not long, it presents a fair challenge for every calibre of golfer. It is naturally split into three sections - Holes 1 to 6 are played over flat parkland, holes 7-12 are played through moderately hilly woodland, whilst holes 13 to 18 revert to undulating parkland. The 'signature' hole of the course is Murdie's View, the 275 yard 9th, a short downhill par 4 with the spectacular backdrop of pine trees and the Cromdale Hills. Elsewhere on the course, magnificent views of the Cairngorms range may be observed and wildlife abounds.