Craggan, Grantown on Spey, PH26 3NT, Scotland
Golf Course Says
A parkland Par 3 course Craggan Golf Course opened in 1995 and was extended to 18 holes in 2000. The course was designed by the PGA's Bill Mitchell and is an excellent place for the beginner and children whilst also providing an excellent test of the short game of the more experienced player. The holes stretch from the 51 yard 16th to the 209 yard 11th and the 12th hole, with its steep drop, two level green and shot over water is a fitting hole on which to enjoy the backdrop of the River Spey.
Craggan golf course is an amazing little course. Although it is not very long it more than makes up for it in fun and the demand for accuracy. Every hole is a 'proper' hole and as is in as good a condition as any normal course. As befits it's length every green at Craggan golf course is tiny. The first few holes through the trees will blow your mind, especially the 5th where you either hit the green from the elevated tee or you are in the trees. If you get fed up hitting balls into the woodwork then you can place one in the box at the front of the tee and it goes down the hill through drain pipe and pops out in front of the green! Every hole at Craggan golf course is fun whatever your level of play and is great for an evening or when you don't have time for a full round and want to sharpen up your short game.
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