From £675 per person

inc VAT and all taxes.

Days: 4 Nights: 3 Rounds: 4

Malt Whisky Trail

Speyside is often referred to as “Malt Whisky Country” with over 50 distilleries, the highest concentration of any Scottish region. Fertile farmlands around the region are ideal for growing barley and when combined with Speysides natural water sources produce some of the worlds most loved malt whiskies such as Glennfiddich.

Speyside malts have fruity, sweet, spicy and vanilla flavours and if playing any of the regions golf courses is the perfect choice of drink in the 19th Hole.

During oue Malt Whisky Trail golfers will base themselves at The Grant Arms, a 4-star hotel dating back to 1765 located in the highland town of Grantown-on-Spey, an attractive setting near the banks of The River Spey. The hotel is only a 5 minute walk to Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club and the central base means golfers are only 30 minutes from Nairn and ideally located to explore the famous Speyside distilleries including Glenlivet, Glennfiddich and Macallan.

Courses

Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club

Par 70 - 5710 Yards

Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club

Willie Park designed heathland course in the Cairngorms National Park.

Boat of Garten

Par 70 - 5674 Yards

Boat of Garten

Set along River Spey in the heart of The Cairngorms National Park.

Moray Old Course

Par 71 - 6572 Yards

Moray Old Course

A classic Old Tom Morris links design, the 18th plays back into the town.

The Nairn Golf Club

Par 72 - 6774 Yards

The Nairn Golf Club

Host to the 1999 Walker Cup and 2012 Curtis Cup, Nairn is a must play links course.

Sample Itinerary

DAY 1 - ARRIVAL

DAY 2 

DAY 3

  • Full Scottish Breakfast
  • Golf at Moray Old Course - A classic Old Tom Morris links design, the stunning Par 4 18th Hole plays back into the town, similar to the last hole at The Old Course, St Andrews.
  • The Macallan Distillery - Discovery Experience

DAY 4 - DEPARTURE

  • Full Scottish Breakfast
  • Golf at Boat of Garten - Regularly voted as the No1 Hidden Gem course in Scotland, tight fairways are lined by Birth trees and heather at this James Braid design in the Scottish Highlands.

* Based on sharing a Double or Twin Room.

Concierge Recommends

Royal Dornoch Championship is the jewel in The Highland golfing crown and is often ranked in the World's Top 10 Golf Courses.

For golf and whisky lovers who make this journey north they should stop by the famous Glenmorangie Distillery in the town of Tain, which has its very own Old Tom Morris links course.

www.royaldornoch.com

www.tain-golfclub.co.uk

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