Sports Clubs in Black IsleBlack Isle Bicycles
We'll deliver top-quality MTB, hybrid or electric bikes ANYWHERE on the Black Isle. We also offer guidance on routes, accompanied rides, coaching and more!Wildwoodz
Wildwoodz Paintball, laserstrike and Archery.Beauly Angling Club
Established around 1960, the club provides sea trout and salmon fishing to residents of the Highlands as well as to visitors. Fishing is by Fly only for the main river and other techniques can be used on the Beauly Firth. Chanonry Sailing Club
Chanonry Sailing Club provides a safe and fun environment for people from all walks of life to come together and sail. Be they complete beginners looking for a first sail or a budding Olympic star, Chanonry Sailing Club has the necessary facilities and instructors to accommodate them. Cromarty Tennis & Sports Club
The new (2013) tennis court in Cromarty is open for locals or visitors to use. Club membership is open to all and non-members can play for a small fee by visiting the Cromarty Post Office. Visit our website for more information.Cromarty Bowling Club
The Cromarty Bowling Club plays lawn bowls from May to September on a bowling green located on the edge of town overlooking the Cromarty Firth. There is also an indoor club which meets in the Victoria Hall, Cromarty from October to April. Visitors and new members are always welcomed.Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club
This James Braid designed links has been acclaimed by golf writers as "a gem of a course" and "perhaps the brightest jewel in the Highlands golfing crown".
Small deceptive greens and strategically placed bunkers, as well as sea alongside eight holes and gorse waiting to devour the wayward shot inland, all add up to a greater golfing experience than many a longer course.
Muir of Ord Golf Club
Muir-of-Ord Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in the north of Scotland. A heathland course with tight fairways and tricky greens requiring a deal of accuracy.Cromarty Boat Club
The Cromarty Boat Club is based at Cromarty, (57° 41' N 04° 02'W) and is an excellent location with regards to the relatively sheltered sailing potential of the Cromarty Firth and the more exposed and demanding reaches of the Moray Firth.