This is a very poor 9 Hole parkland pitch and putt course on the main road between Lossiemouth and Hopeman on the Moray Coast, attached to a driving range, with a café operating on site as a separate business. The green fee is £3 for adults payable in an Honesty Box inside this rather unglamorous hut. Why it needs 2 doors escapes me, as there's only one space within, but I'm afraid that that's probably the most interesting aspect of this rather dismal place (apart from why it still exists). There are no scorecards and hole distances are shown on only 7 of the hole markers. Accordingly, I'm guessing that the course measures 675 Yards, Par 27.
Unsurprisingly, the course was deserted when I played it on 19 June 2013 after my round at the excellent Covesea Links Course almost next door. The fairways were just weed strewn paths between worn out tees and coarsely cut slow and very bumpy greens, barely 15 feet across. If I managed to find a green off the tee (4 out of 9 attempts), single putting was almost impossible. It was actually easier to score pars by just missing the greens and chipping close and hoping to single putt from a couple of feet. I went round in 29 strokes with 13 putts in little over half an hour.
I'll definitely not bother to play here again. Once was enough. Serious golfers trying to play every course in Scotland would need to pay a visit but I suspect that few locals would waste their time (and £3) when there are so many really excellent courses nearby. Maybe this place serves a casual tourist market, attracted by the excellent café on site, but I'm not sure a round over here would attract many to the sport we all know and love. Certainly a contender for a worst course list if I ever wanted to depress myself.
Here are a couple of on-course photos. First, the 103 Yard 3rd Hole, with the large military air base in the background. Second, the last hole, a 93 yarder, complete with abnormal ground conditions i.e. molehills.