Kings - Golf Course in Scotland

About Kings


The old torvean golf course first opened in 1962 as a 9-hole layout and was later extended to 18 holes twenty-six years later. The course was formerly a municipal-run property that was taken over by the golf club under a lease deal in the late 1990s, with the land remaining under council hands.

with the exception of two holes, all of the holes on the course were lost when the inverness west link road was created. Highland council also stepped in to supply the club with a similar multi-million pound golf complex, hiring architect stuart rennie to design the new course.

The sixteen new holes are built around undulating land to the west of the old course, with the scottish natural heritage headquarters in the backdrop. The architect's vision was to create a heathland-style landscape with modern design principles that would enable heather, gorse, and fescue grasses to flourish.

Biodiversity is also important, so a variety of waterbodies and wetland areas have been developed to boost the course's environmental credentials. Trails for public access have now been built, enabling the local community to become more integrated with the golf course and its new surroundings.

£50 voucher for any holiday!

Sign up to our awesome newsletters for the best overseas golf holidays and UK golf breaks.

Sign up now and receive £50 off your first booking.

AJAX Loading

Win a Free Golf Holiday to Pebble Beach

Enter below for a chance to win a golf holiday for 2 to Pebble Beach, including:

  • Return Flights
  • 5 Nights at Spanish Bay, Pebble Beach
  • 3 Rounds of Golf w/Buggies, Playing The Famous Pebble Beach Links, Spyglass Hills and Spanish Bay
  • Private Airport Transfer

Click to Read More

AJAX Loading