Elgin and the Moray Firth area provide a wealth of things to do no matter what your preference. You can sail, walk, mountain bike, play golf, or you can even watch Britain's only resident school of wild dolphins as they play in the Firth.Much of Scotland's recent home-grown food boom also resides in the area. From Baxter's Food Hall, to the salmon fishing haven of the Spey, and not forgetting the 50 or so malt whisky distilleries in the region.Nature, history, outdoor pursuits, food and drink;its all on the doorstep, and Elgin (the capital of Moray) is the best place to start exploring.

Moray Golf Club - Lossiemouth

Where else could you follow in the footsteps of Old Tom Morris and Henry Cotton in the same day? The old course is considered to be one of the finest links courses in Scotland. A classic links designed by Old Tom Morris with deep revetted bunkers, undulating gorse lined fairways and smooth fast greens. It is a superb test of golf with seven par fours over 400 yards. Henry Cotton's preference for precision golf can be seen with the shorter but somewhat tighter new course with greens smaller than the Old but every bit as good, and equally challenging and rewarding. Moray Golf Club is truly one of Scotland's gems, a fitting tribute to the artistry of Old Tom Morris and Henry Cotton and a must for golfers visiting the area. The New Course;Converted into 18 holes in 1979 by the late Sir Henry Cotton, the New Course is also a stern test of golf.

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