Golspie Golf Club was designed by James Braid and has beautiful views to the sea and Ben Braggie. A Par 70 course it is known for its variety of terrain and it’s warm welcome. The Stag on the Green restaurant does tasty pub grub, a selection of whiskys and a cracking view of the coast. Book your tee time online at https://www.golspiegolfclub.co.uk
Brora Golf Club
The most northerly of James Braid’s designs Brora is a popular 18 hole championship course. https://broragolfclub.co.uk
Dornoch Golf Club
People have been playing golf on Dornoch links since the 17th century and possibly before. The club here offer an impressive range of services. Find out more here https://royaldornoch.com
Fishing Permits for fly fishing brown trout by boat on Loch Lunndaidh, Loch Brora and Loch Horn available from Lindsays hardware store on the main street in Golspie. Membership to the local angling club is only £20 and visitors are welcome. Email firstname.lastname@example.org more information. https://golspieanglingclub.wixsite.com/golspieanglingclub
Karting/Horse Riding/Rock Climbing/Mountain Bike
Littleferry Kart track Recently featured in The Grand Tour, the track holds monthly kart races which are fun to watch from the café. Lets go karting sessions are also available through out the year from age 7 to 15. Contact Carol on 01463 870875 for more information. https://www.nskc.co.uk
Dornoch market A local market held next to Dornoch Cathedral from 9.30am until 1pm twice a month in the summer. With a wide range of local produce including food, crafts, photography and cosmetics. See website for dates https://www.dornoch.org.uk/community-market.asp
Horse riding Star Stables, Brora is a riding centre on a croft just outside Brora that offers lessons and pony treks. All ages welcome. Call Kirsteen on 07759335918
Rock Climbing The Mound is well known for rock climbing with many routes at both Creag Bheag and Creag Mhor as well as further sites being developed the other side of Loch Fleet at Craig an Amalaidh and more recently Torboll.
Mountain Biking As well as the Wildcat Trails on Ben Braggie there are a number of mountain bike trails near us that are worth a visit such as Balblair at Bonar bridge, Fyrish near Alness and on the Black Isle via the Cromarty Ferry where there is natural and in duro racing at Red Rocks, Learnie.