Mull Golf can be played at Tobermory and Craignure. So if you can’t bear to be parted from your clubs, these two nine hole golf courses will keep you occupied.
If you’re up for a challenge, Tobermory Golf Club has a hilly, nine-hole heathland course that can be played just about any time.
No booking is required. However, priority must go to club competitions, usually played at week-ends.
Green fees can be paid at Brown’s Shop in Tobermory; the Western Isles Hotel, Tobermory; Sonas House, (next door to the clubhouse) and the Tourist Information Offices in, Tobermory and Craignure.
The scenic nine-hole, 18 tees Craignure course is close to the ferry port. First laid out in 1895, it was revived in 1980 after some years of disuse.
Again, visitors are welcome to play – but pay your green fees first at the Tourist Information Office or use the honesty box at the club. And please check the fixture list to ensure your round does not clash with club competitions.