Nestled between the tranquil Tingwall and Asta Lochs in the Shetland Isles sits the peaceful Asta Golf Course, Scotland's most northernly 9-hole course.
Built on beautifully flat farmland, our course makes the ideal setting for both beginner and pro golfers.
With individuality built into every hole, our course offers the chance for the big hitters to let fly, while also offering a sense of fun with some wonderfully challenging holes to play.
Asta Golf Course not only provides players with an exciting game, but the beautiful and secluded Tingwall Valley also plays host to an array of wildlife including: Swans, Oystercatchers, Artic Terns & Shetland Ponies. Along with its wildlife, the fertile Tingwall Valley is home to some of Shetland’s spectacular wild flowers making for a colourful backdrop to our peaceful course.
Our 9-hole Course has its tees switched mid-month to give the player two very different courses. Our 'Classic' course is our original with the shortest hole only 58 yards and only the flag visible from the tee. Our 'New Course' has our longest hole with 400 yards.
How to book?
For Members, an annual on off membership fee is charged depending on age with unlimited access to our facilities except the odd occasion where our course is booked for events. For Daily green fees - a charge is made depending on age and the player had access to our facilities for that day - note our daily green fees are for the day and not per round, giving the player unlimited golf for the day. There is no booking required for our course for daily play unless for larger bookings. For larger bookings of over 20 guests, it is recommended to book our tees. Contact us for a quote and to reserve a date.Website
Our course is open 365 days a year and our clubhouse is open from 8am-9pm in the Summer months and 8am-5pm in the Winter months.
We are a nine-hole Golf course that is never full to capacity and our clubhouse comfortably fits 40 guests with room for up to 60 for larger events.
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