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Ballindalloch Castle Golf Course, Moray. (2003 - 2018)

Founded in 2003.

A nine-hole eighteen-tee beautifully presented course, a true gem in rural Bannfshire. The course was designed by Donald Steel. 

The length of the eighteen-hole course was 6,357 yards with a par of 72 and a standard scratch of 71. Those who fancied a real challenge could play from the Medal tees.        

Each hole was named as follows; Hole one - Lagmore; Two - Drumnagrain; Three - Tullocharron Castle; Four – The High Drive; Five – The Oaks; Six – The Haugh; Seven – Tall Pines; Eight – Avonside; Nine – The Hall.

The following message appeared on the Facebook Page on January 4th 2018; “Following the downturn in the golf market over recent years, I have reluctantly decided to close Ballindalloch Castle Golf Course with immediate effect. I would like to place on record my thanks and gratitude to Muir Ross for his commitment in keeping the course in exceptional condition and to those who have supported the club since its inception in 2003. Oliver Russell.”

Thanks to Alan Macpherson for allowing us to use his blog entry for Ballindalloch Castle below. Alan is in the process of playing all Scottish Golf Courses in aid of Cancer Research U.K. and says that it was a really good course and is sorry to see it go.

https://scottishgolfcourses-allofthem.blogspot.com/search?q=ballindalloch

Scorecard, course plan and pictures of the course below.

 

Ballindalloch Castle Golf Course, Moray. Scorecard for the course.

 

Ballindalloch Castle Golf Course, Moray. Course plan.

 

Ballindalloch Castle Golf Course, Moray. Pictures of the Ballindalloch Golf Course.

 

Ballindalloch Castle Golf Course, Moray. Pictures of the Ballindalloch Golf Course.

 

Ballindalloch Castle Golf Course, Moray. Pictures of the Ballindalloch Golf Course.

 

The Google Map below shows the location of the course.