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Reay Golf Club

“a links that is as natural as any that I have ever seen”
Donald Steele, Golf Course Architect.
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Established 1893

 

Welcome

Welcome to the website of Reay Golf Club, a traditional links course, on the scenic North coast of Scotland.

This site is for members, visitors and prospective visitors alike.  We hope you enjoy your visit to the website and look forward to meeting you on the Reay links.

Environment & Conservation

Reay has a rich and diverse botanical interest.  There is a wide range of wildlife found on the course and a great number of species of wild plants.  Click here for more information.Visitors.htmlVisitors.htmlshapeimage_10_link_0
2011 Open Competitions
The first of the season is the ever popular Ronnie Wallace Open.
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History

Celebrated five times open champion, James Braid, advised on the layout of the course and declared the 6th was his favourite hole, now named “Braid’s choice” in honour of the great man.  Further information can be found on the history of the club here.
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RGC Sponsors:

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Visitors
Tee times, green fees, membership etc.
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The Course
The course nestles in Sandside Bay with the Pentland Firth and the North Atlantic Ocean is visible from every hole on the course.  Click here for more information...Visitors.html

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