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Moray Golf Club

Address Moray Golf Club, Stotfield Road, Lossiemouth, IV31 6QS
Telephone 01343 812018 / 813330 Pro
Website www.moraygolf.co.uk
Email secretary@moraygolf.co.uk
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Holes Old 18 (Links) - New 18 (Links)
Yardage 6572 - 6068
Par 71 - 70
Visitors Handicap certificates required for Moray Old Course.
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Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with Secretary
Green Fees
According to season:
Old Moray: D-H
New Moray: B / D
Course Designer Old Course- Tom Morris - 1889
New Course: Converted into 18 holes in 1979 by the late Sir Henry Cotton
Location 6m N of Elgin
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Facilities
Corporate hospitality days available
Description "Moray Old is a challenging round of golf, but your good shots will also be rewarded. It is a fair test of true links golf and many visitors return again and again to take on its challenge. You will have the opportunity at some holes to throw the ball right onto the greens, whereas for other shots you will get the chance to pitch and run. As former Masters and five times Open Champion Tom Watson, said - "it took me a number of years and visits to Scotland, before I caught on that links golf was the really traditional way to play the game, and above all, that it was fun!".
As well as the challenging Moray Old Championship Course, the Club is also delighted to offer to you a second, but also challenging, 18 hole links course. Converted into 18 holes in 1979 by the late Sir Henry Cotton, the Moray New is somewhat shorter than Moray Old, however, its tighter fairways and smaller greens make it a fine test of true links golf. If you have the time when visiting to play 2 rounds, we highly recommend to you a round on both of our courses."
Exc from Moray's Website
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Moray is golfing royalty. How often can you say you have played a true links course designed by a legend of the game which has the sea on one side, a fighter jet airbase on the other side and a world famous school just around the corner? And just for good measure a course that produces its own whisky each year and has refused a British Prime Minister membership.
This links course was designed by the St Andrews professional and father figure of golf, Old Tom Morris. It is here at Moray GC's superb 36 hole layout that you can play courses designed by Old Tom and Sir Henry Cotton on the same day.
This course is tough. A tougher test than St Andrews for sure, but a pure delight to play. Old Moray has recently returned to the brown and dry hard running fairways that links golf is supposed to be all about.
Extract from a review by Nick Mooney
(To read his full review of Old Moray, click here.)




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