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Welcome to Fort William Golf Club where visitors are always welcome. Greens fees – just £25 per round or £30 for a day ticket, golf in Scotlands mountain splendor.



Sealed auctions – drawn on the 26th April in the clubhouse after the LETTERFINDLAY 3 PERSON TEXAS SCRAMBLE – OPEN. Up for auction are the following 4 Ball tickets:

Glenisla Golf Course

Blairgowrie Golf Course (either of the 2 courses)

Machrihanish Championship Golf Course

Submit your bids in a sealed envelope to the Club Steward – James Duncan, or any member of the Golf Club committee. The highest bid wins the 4 Ball! All bidders welcome – local, Scotland, UK, Overseas! The 4 ball tickets are valid for 2014, tee time restrictions may apply so the winners will have to check with the respective Golf Club. Good luck.

Fort William Golf Club, established in 1976, is an 18 hole course nestled between the mountains and the sea, on the north side of Fort William and at the base of Ben Nevis (Britain’s highest mountain).

The Course measures 6217 yards off the white tees, 5464 yards off the yellow tees and 4850 yards off the Ladies tees.

Come along and experience golf in breathtaking mountain scenery. Our course offers challenges for all levels of player, test your skills at one of our “Opens” (see our Competitions page). 

To avoid disappointment, please pre-book your tee time, thanks. Club and trolley hire are available, and we have a modest selection of golfing necessities (tees, balls, gloves, etc.) for sale from the Bar. All are welcome and our books are currently open for membership, contact us for further details. Although we adopt a relaxed dress code, neat and tidy attire must be worn both on the course and in the clubhouse. NO FOOTBALL COLOURS allowed, and no jeans when playing in a competition. Cleats and metal spikes are allowed. Our local rules are posted on the Club noticeboard. Please observe the rules and etiquette of golf at all times, play well and enjoy the scenery. Please replace your divots and repair your pitch marks.  

“Play the ball as it lies, play the course as you find it, and if you cannot do either, do what is fair. But to do what is fair, you need to know the Rules of Golf.”