See Brora's entry at finegolf.co.uk

DON'T FORGET

03-Aug  (Open)
CLYNELISH OPEN Starts

07-Aug  (Open)
CLYNELISH OPEN Ends
Brian Anderson's Top Tip

Bunker play

The key to these shots is to have a soft steep swing which will create the required elevation. The modern sand iron has enough loft to be used without laying it open.
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Message from Alistair Risk, Club President

Recognised as probably the best example of the great James Braids course designs and certainly the one that has kept to the original vision of the games greatest architect, Brora hugs the coastline and commands breathtaking mountain and sea views just 20 minutes north of Royal Dornoch and an hour from Inverness. Five times Open Champion Peter Thomson rates Brora as “the best traditional links course in the world” while writers and players galore glory in its fabulous setting, its superb condition and the devilish challenges this hidden gem offers. Make sure you include this golfing treat in your Highland Golf Escape.

I look forward to welcoming you in 2015.

Alistair


Dalchalm  (362 yards par 4)
Sponsored by Brian Anderson AFPGA

All you have ever heard of the humps and hollows of links golf is true of the twelfth. There is out of bounds to the right. The small green has a narrow entrance well guarded, with the Clynelish Burn meandering not far from the back. There are those  that support the view that the 12th is the best hole on the course.

Hole descriptions are from Hugh Baillie's book, "Golf in the Back of Beyond"  - available from the Pro Shop