Ullapool is a walk-on course, no preset tee times
Opened in 1997 this picturesque course is situated on the shores of Loch Broom and offers a variety of parkland and coastal holes. Partially sited on the grounds of an old private golf course dating from the early 1900s,it includes the signature second hole where an elevated tee leads to the site of the original 2nd green The course has 9 holes with alternative tees for the second nine and offers a challenging and interesting par 70 for men and 72 for ladies.
The course is surrounded by spectacular scenery with stunning views over Loch Broom to the Summer Isles, and the majesty of surrounding hills and mountains. The busy and picturesque village of Ullapool is the port for the Stornoway ferry that sails across the Minch to the Outer Hebrides. This can sometimes be seen from the lochside holes, with fishing vessels, cruise ships, yachts and other water craft, and other inhabitants of the loch including otters, dolphins, and seals.
Open all year. Club and trolley hire available. Practice area. Catering is provided only at Open competitions, club events and by arrangement for group bookings. Fees can be paid at the clubhouse if open, or in the honesty box. Advanced booking is not normally necessary but is recommended at weekends
Green Fees (applies weekdays and weekends)
Day Ticket/18 holes £20.00
9 holes £15.00
Junior 18/9 holes £10.00
Weekly Ticket £75.00
Ullapool is a walk-on course, no preset tee times. Exceptions are during competitions and/or special functions. Group functions must be pree-booked.
Ullapool Golf Club
Ross-shire, IV26 2TH
Disabled Facilities: yes
Pets Welcome: no
On the east shore of Loch Broom, Ullapool was founded in 1788 as a herring port by the British Fisheries Society. It was designed by David Aitken who was advised by Thomas Telford.