Elgin Golf Club Founded in 1906, Elgin Golf Club is widely regarded as one of the finest inland courses in the North of Scotland. Measuring 6,496 yards with par of 71 and a Course Rating of 71.6 and a Slope Rating of 125 off the White Medal Tees, the challenging but fair course is a true test of low and high handicap players alike. Situated in the heart of Moray and Speyside, the golf course is kept in immaculate condition by the green-staff and boasts stunning views over the town of Elgin and the Moray coast to the north and the hills stretching to the distant Cairngorm Mountains to the south.
The Hardhillock Bar and Bistro situated in the clubhouse provides full food and beverage facilities and you will receive a warm welcome from our friendly staff. Visitors and groups are always welcome at Elgin Golf Club and there are a variety of corporate and individual Men, Ladies and Junior membership packages to suit everyone The first green-keeper, John Macpherson, appointed in 1907, served continuously until his sudden death in 1951. During that period Mr Macpherson devoted his whole life to maintaining the course. The first Clubhouse was erected and fitted out at the grand cost of £390 in 1909, this should he compared with the current clubhouse refurbishment which took place in the 1990’s at cost of £550,000! The course was extended to 18 holes in 1924, and golf at this time was so popular the membership rose to 711. The first club professional was appointed in 1934, and the longest serving by far was Ian Rodger who was in post for 27 years, retiring in March 2001.