Maverston will ‘enhance’ region’s reputation for ‘first-class courses’
The people of Moray and the surrounding area are in for a golfing treat in the coming months as Maverston Golf Club gets set to open its doors to the public in April.
Work on the course began in 2007 and it is expected to be the only new course opening in Scotland this year.
Its owners say Maverston will offer golfers an inclusive, friendly and welcoming environment, as well as 27-holes of golf.
Located near Urquhart, and only minutes from Elgin, anticipation for Maverston’s opening has been building in the local golf community, with the owners hoping the club will attract a interest from both national and international golfers alike.
The club boasts both an 18-hole course and nine-hole course, so there is something for every level of golfer.
It has a beautiful backdrop, too, as the Cairngorm Mountains and the Moray Firth complement the Euan McIntosh design.
As well as the course, there is a stylish and modern clubhouse where golfers can enjoy fresh, local food in a relaxing atmosphere.
Both members and visitors will be able to benefit from Maverston’s new online booking system that allows them to book their round in advance with very little hassle.
The club has also set up an unlimited golf offer for non-members, who can tee it up as much as they like on any day for £30. Juniors can do the same for just £15.
“Maverston has a fantastic setting which makes great use of the natural terrain with wonderful woodland and wildlife,” said Kieron Gallagher, the new golf manager for Maverston, who has moved there from the Castle Course in St Andrews. “Its location also has excellent links to both Inverness and Aberdeen, making it ideal for a good day out.
“Moray has a great reputation for first-class golf courses and I am sure that Maverston will further enhance this status with some classic golfing holes on offer.”