An archaeological evaluation was undertaken in advance of a proposed new housing development. A prior desk-based assessment identified the area as a former fairway of the Invergordon Golf Course with a green at the southern end. Prior to that it was part of the policies of Invergordon Castle. Eight trial trenches were excavated comprising a 5% sample of the site. No features associated with settlement or structures, apart from field boundary dykes, of any period were located and no small finds were recovered apart from a very small scatter of modern ceramics and glass. <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Robinson, H. 2008. Archaeological evaluation at new housing development - east of Invergordon Golf Course. Highland Heritage. 22/10/2008. Digital.
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Land to east of Golf Course between Birchwood and Caberfeidh Drive, Invergordon
Centred NH 69970 69199 (269m by 375m) (Approximate)
ROSS AND CROMARTY
CAITHNESS SUTHERLAND AND EASTER ROSS
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MHG52876Former fairway and putting green, Invergordon Golf Course (Monument)
MHG52877Former golf course, Balblair Park (Monument)
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