Course Review and Comments
Your reviewer Doug does not actually refer to Nairn Dunbar but to The Nairn Golf Club, which has five holes along the seashore and has hole 13 climbing up a hill. From Nairn Dunbar, the sea is not visible at any one point. The course is mainly links, but has a parkland feel in places. Its own "Amen Corner" (8, 9, 10, 11) is fantastic. The Greens have been much improved over recent years but are not of the quality of Nairn GC. (I am a member of both clubs, and I had to make up the date when last played)
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September 01st, 2011 04:41
Country member and really enjoy it. Great course and some fantastic holes. Good club house and pro shop and the course is very well maintained.
February 26th, 2008 12:02
First 5 holes going out are classic seaside links with a fierce wind driving your ball towards the beach. Course turns back inland still a very nice linksy feel, some holes climbing into the hills and
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