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Carrbridge Golf Club, Highland. (1880s - WW2)

There is evidence that the club could have appeared as early as the 1880s.

In 1906 it was listed as a private course of 9-holes belonging to the Carrbridge Hotel. The course was open to visitors. The station at Carrbridge was ½ mile away.

In 1924, the secretary at Carrbridge Golf Club, Inverness-shire was D Ross, Mafeking, Carrbridge. The 9 hole course had a membership of 60. Visitors’ fees were £1 a season. Sunday play was not allowed.

In 1940 and 1947 visitors paid £1/5/0 a season. The rest of the information is as 1924.

Throughout the 1950s the secretary was M Hay, Craigellachie, Carrbridge, telephone 207. Fees for the season were £2/2/0. Sunday play was still not allowed.

Carrbridge Golf Club, Highland. The course in the 1940s.

Postcard with a view across the course posted pre 1940. Postcard by Urquhart, Dingwall Series

The current Carrbridge Club was founded in 1980 and is in more or less the same location as the old club.