Traigh Golf Course is set in one of the most beautiful parts of the West Highlands of Scotland, just north of Arisaig.

The word Traigh (pronounced 'try') means 'beach' in Gaelic, and a series of sandy beaches run alongside the course, with stunning views to the Hebridean islands of Eigg and Rum, and the Cuillins of Skye.

Traigh is a subtle golf course that rewards accurate shotmaking. Good players are made to work for their scores, and yet high handicappers are given every chance. In short, Traigh offers something for everyone.

We hope you enjoy our golf video below.
How to get there
The course is two miles north of Arisaig, six miles south of Mallaig, and forty miles west of Fort William. Take the A 830 Fort William to Mallaig road, and turn left half a mile north of Arisaig on to the B 8008 coastal road, which leads past the course.

Club hire
Golf clubs (£6.00) and trolleys (£2.00) can be hired at the clubhouse It also sells golf balls, clothing, and soft drinks and confectionery.

Visitors are welcome all year.
The club house is open from the beginning of April to then end of October.
Green fees are £20.00 per day, £40.00 for 3 days and £65.00 per week.
Children 16 years of age or younger are half price (on the same price structure as adults).


If you wish to be sure of a particular tee-off time, then please phone the clubhouse on: +44 (0) 1687-450 337, just to make sure that there is no club match that day. Please note that this can only be done by telephone, and not on-line.