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Whalsay Golf Club
Booking Telephone: 01806 566705
Email: admin@whalsaygolfclub.co.uk       Web: www.whalsaygolfclub.co.uk
Address: Skaw, Brough, Whalsay, Shetland Isles, ZE2 9AW

Formed in 1976 by just 12 members, Whalsay is the most northerly 18-hole golf course in Britain – a great reason on its own for venturing up for a knock on this gem. Situated on an Island just off the Shetland mainland it’s a remote but stunning setting with spectacular cliff-top views and wildlife in abundance.

As the club advances it’s been committed to improve, investing in a new clubhouse in 1996 and carrying out continuous on-course improvements which have allowed it to reach the high standards it enjoys today.

With five par-3 there’s a real opportunity to hit a low score but club selection on them can prove to be almost impossible if the wind starts to get up, and if it does you may find that your score can quickly blow away with it.

Not a long course at 6,000 yards but as it’s so open to elements you may find it plays a lot longer.

So if you find yourself ‘up north’ then make sure and check out this unique venue, it will really give you something to write home about.

Facilities
Bar, Catering Facilities, Changing Rooms, Range

Directions
Five miles from Symbister ferry terminal. 30 min north from Lerwick.

Advance Bookings
All bookings must be made 24 hours in advance.





 

Whalsay Golf Club

Whalsay Golf Club Course Details
Holes: 18 Style: Heathland
Par: 71 Length: 6,171 yards
Weekday Golf Times Available: Anytime
Round: ££  Day Ticket: ££
Weekend Golf Times Available: Anytime
Round: ££  Day Ticket: ££
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