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TITLE
Baoshbhein and Ben Alligin fron the Golf Course, Gairloch
EXTERNAL ID
GAIRLOCHM_1241
PLACENAME
Gairloch
DISTRICT
Gairloch
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Gairloch
SOURCE
Gairloch Heritage Museum
ASSET ID
6555
KEYWORDS
sports
golf courses
landscapes
mountains
Baoshbhein and Ben Alligin fron the Golf Course, Gairloch

An early photograph, showing a view of Baoshbhein and and the munro Ben Alligin fron the golf course at Gairloch. Baosbheinn rises to a height of 875m (2870 feet) at the heart of the Shieldaig Forest, while Ben Alligin is in the Torridon estate and rises to 985m (3232 feet).

The Gairloch Golf Course was founded in 1898, courtesy of a land grant by Sir Kenneth S. Mackenzie of Gairloch, who became its first Honorary President. Captain A. M. Burgess is credited with founding the club and designing the original layout of the course.


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Baoshbhein and Ben Alligin fron the Golf Course, Gairloch

ROSS: Gairloch

sports; golf courses; landscapes; mountains

Gairloch Heritage Museum

Gairloch Heritage Museum, Photograph Collection

An early photograph, showing a view of Baoshbhein and and the munro Ben Alligin fron the golf course at Gairloch. Baosbheinn rises to a height of 875m (2870 feet) at the heart of the Shieldaig Forest, while Ben Alligin is in the Torridon estate and rises to 985m (3232 feet).<br /> <br /> The Gairloch Golf Course was founded in 1898, courtesy of a land grant by Sir Kenneth S. Mackenzie of Gairloch, who became its first Honorary President. Captain A. M. Burgess is credited with founding the club and designing the original layout of the course. <br /> <br /> <br /> This image may be available to purchase.<br /> For further information about purchasing and prices please email<br /> <a href="mailto: info@gairlochheritagemuseum.org">Gairloch Heritage Museum</a>