Spey Bay Golf Links and Hotel
This is a visually pleasing undulating links course with a long beach on one side. Measuring 5,726 yards from the tips, Spey Bay Golf Club is a par 70.
Gorse and heather line the fairways here, and the beach creates a natural border on some holes - though it won't come into play unless you're completely wild off the tee.
No. 8 is Spey Bay Golf Club's signature hole. The small green sits atop a hillock, so you better be accurate or risk seeing your ball go tumbling down. This pretty much goes for all the holes at Spey Bay, which requires a thoughtful shot off the tee and a light touch around the greens.
|Red (W)||71||5290 yards|
|White M: 69.0/118||427||351||374||185||433||312||385||138||476||3081||340||351||422||194||405||150||517||339||410||3128||6209|
|Yellow M: 67.0/114 W: 71.3/121||425||337||348||188||427||305||330||138||465||2963||335||320||385||163||313||115||450||322||360||2763||5726|
|Red W: 69.6/116||415||327||323||143||382||241||330||138||384||2683||315||296||354||158||291||100||433||300||360||2607||5290|
I have been on holiday many times to this area but never have played this course. I have a single figured handicap and have played all over the world on championship courses and paid a lot of money to do so. So I was a little bit hesitant when I got Speybey for £18. What a surprise. This has to be the hidden gem of Morayshire. Just wish I had found it 20 yrs ago when I came on holiday to the area. If you read this review do not overlook this course you will be as surprised as I was. This is an other true links course that you will find great enjoyment in.
Course looking excellent Best I’ve seen it for quite a while A pleasure to play
a hidden gem
This is a hidden gem a pure links course in fabulous condition
Can’t wait to play again. Great little course that I had fun on, even playing with my father in laws ancient clubs.
Excellent course at Spey Bay
Helpful and friendly staff in the club house. The course was not at its best due to a long dry period but still very enjoyable to play. A very piece full and quiet part of Scotland to play golf.