|The opening hole at Durness Golf Club|
|Castle Sinclair, a 16th century castle outside Wick.|
|The dreaded Witch - the par three 6th at Brora (from right of green)|
|The par four 6th at Royal Dornoch|
|Views over the 6th/15th hole at Durness Golf Club|
|Views over the 18th and clubhouse from the 2nd tee at Durness Golf Club|
|Ullapool Golf Club in the foreground. This is the |
view that greets you coming into the town.
|The short par four 12th at Alness Golf Club, 30 minutes north of Inverness|
|The Hill o Many Stanes, north of Helmsdale. A field filled with 22 rows of|
rocks - no more than 18 inches high
|Approach to the green on Royal Dornoch's 8th. |
The farthest point of the course.
|Views over the 4th green at Fortrose & Rosemarkie|
|The short and drivable par four 17th at The Carnegie Club, Skibo Castle|
|The short sharp dogleg (right) 9th at Tain Golf Club|
|The par four 1st at Strathpeffer - perhaps the biggest drop of any |
opening hole in the British Isles.
|The Index 1 par three 7th at Reay Golf Club|
|Views back over the 1st hole to Royal Dornoch's clubhouse|
|Kite surfers near Fort George.|
|The par three 9th at Golspie, with the Earl of Sutherland looking |
down from the hilltop.
|One tiny stretch of Loch Maree.|
|The Shandwick Stone|
|Whichever way you go, the views are spectacular|
|The sea stacks at Duncansby Head, by John O Groats.|
|The Northern Lights over Dunnet Head|
|The par four 17th at Brora Golf Club|