Carnegie Club – Golf Course


In a secluded corner of the Northern Highlands lies Skibo Castle, Scotland’s best kept secret. Industrialist Andrew Carnegie, one of history’s greatest philanthropists, came to Skibo in 1898 and transformed the estate into what he rightly termed ‘Heaven on Earth’.

A Passion for Golf

At Skibo’s heart lies the Carnegie Links, on the shores of the beautiful Dornoch Firth. The course is rated amongst the world’s finest and played by some of the sport’s best.

One of Scotland’s Finest

The Carnegie Links is the jewel in Skibo’s crown. An 18-hole Championship course on the banks of the Dornoch Firth, it offers players 6,833 yards of golfing genius. There are no tee times at Skibo, so members are free to play as and when the mood takes them.


Members love the modern Highland luxury of the Skibo Clubhouse, which has views over both the Carnegie Links and the Dornoch Firth. Golfers also appreciate the fully-stocked Halfway House where they can partake of some light refreshments and perhaps even a wee tipple to fortify them for the return leg back to the Clubhouse.

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