Monday - Wednesday
10.00am - 1.00pm
Working from Home
Friday - 2.30pm-8.00pm
Saturday - 3.00pm-10.00pm
Sunday - 12.30pm-3.30pm
( Big Screen Sports advertised on Facebook
Bar will be open for these events)
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Members when booking an Open you must book through the
"Book Open Competitions" tab not your BRS Booking tab.
Our webcam is back online - please check for conditions!
Newtonmore Golf Club Welcomes You
Experience the best in Highland golf
The village of Newtonmore is located in the upper Spey Valley within the Cairngorm National Park in Inverness-shire, in the Highland Region of Scotland.
We're just a few miles south of Aviemore and Kingussie, about an hour’s drive from Inverness Airport, and not much more than two hours drive from Edinburgh or Glasgow.
Poised between village and the River Spey, Newtonmore golf course provides visitors and local members with opportunities to enjoy some of the best golf and mountain scenery that the Scottish Highlands can offer.
See our golf club webcam for magnificent views from our clubhouse over the first tee and Spey Valley and eastward toward Aviemore and the high Cairngorms.
Our Spey Valley golf course is mostly easy-walking parkland, in tip-top condition and laid out on the natural contours of the flood plain of the River Spey. The course is home to a rich variety of flora and fauna, and in winter provides grazing for local sheep.
Established in 1893, this 18 hole 6031 yard (par 70) course has inspired generations of golfers and is playable with comfort and pleasure by average and good golfers alike. Please see our golf course guide.
For an update on discount golf or green fee offers, call Heather on 01540 673878.
But, for many experienced golfers, competitions are the life-blood of golf and our club has active programs of both club and open golf competitions.
Entry fees for our open and club competitions are also very reasonable for the excellent sport and entertainment provided. In August we hold our ever-popular open Golf Week.
Our club constitution is available on the news&events page
For more than 125 years, Newtonmore Golf Club has welcomed many a golfer to enjoy this most attractive Scottish Highlands golf course. Visitors, groups and golf societies from all over Scotland, the UK, Europe and the USA return time and again to play golf on this outstanding Spey Valley golf course.
New golf club members are very welcome. Our golf club membership fees are most reasonable and we invite applications for membership from experienced golfers, golf beginners, and non-golfers alike. Lady golfers, and new senior and junior members are particularly welcome to join.
The club enjoys a wide diversity of golf membership in age, gender and golfing skills and every member has access to a calendar of golfing and social events. We’re a warm, friendly and welcoming club and, for the less competitively-minded, there are plenty of opportunities for meeting old friends, making new friends, and socialising in the clubhouse.
The clubhouse provides stunning views and excellent bar and catering facilities.Golf visitors, groups and golf societies and their partners and families are all most welcome to share in their use. The clubhouse is conveniently located within a short walk of a range of good quality guest houses, B&Bs and self-catering which make ideal accommodation for Speyside golf breaks or golf holidays, for Highlands golf tour, or for group golf or society golf in this thriving Spey Valley golf resort.
Scottish Highlands golf reviews reflect the very positive experiences of visitors to Newtonmore Golf Club. Our splendid Speyside golf course near Aviemore in Inverness Shire will delight anyone wanting to enjoy the total Highlands golf experience.
Find us at post code PH20 1AT. While Newtonmore is easily accessible by road, rail & air travel, for most visitors to Newtonmore, personal transport for golf tours is by far the most convenient means of travel.
Finally, please see our Highlands golf webcam for a splendid view of the first tee and fairway and over the Spey Valley to the Cairngorm Mountains beyond, see the Met Office weather forecast page for next 24 hour and 5 day forecasts.