Argyll and Bute Golf Courses
Blairmore & Strone Golf Club, designed by James Braid, was opened in 1896. The golf course is set above the Clyde, with breathtaking views of Loch Long, Holy Loch and the Firth of Clyde.
Blairmore & Strone Golf Club
High Road, Strone
Dunoon PA23 8JJ
Close to the sands of Stravannan Bay on Bute's west coast, Bute Golf Club's nine-hole golf course provides a delightful location in a rural setting with the dramatic backdrop of the Arran Mountains.
Bute Golf Club
32 Marine Place
Isle of Bute, PA20 0LF
Location: In centre of village on A814
Dumbarton, G82 5LB
Carradale Golf Club was founded in 1906, but it is regarded by many as one of the fairly unknown gems in Scotland. The nine-hole golf course offers a variety of challenges, with tight fairways, small greens and sporting rough.
Carradale Golf Club
Argyll PA28 6RY
Colonsay Golf Club, reportedly more than 200 years old, is an 18-hole course is on the low-lying raised beach of Colonsay Island. It is completely natural. The island lies in the Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland.
Colonsay Golf Club
Isle of Colonsay
Argyll PA61 7YP
Location: One mile north of town.
Cowal Golf Club
Dunoon PA23 8LT
Craignure Golf Club was built on a flat to undulating raised beach on the Isle of Mull, the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides. Near the main ferry terminal of Craignure, the golf course was originally established in 1895.
Craignure Golf Club
Isle of Mull PA65 6BA
Picturesque Dalmally Golf Club is nestled between views of Ben Cruachan and Ben Lui and bounded by the rolling waters of the Orchy River. There are many mature trees and interesting water hazards and bunkers on the nine-hole parkland golf course.
Dalmally Golf Club
Old Saw Mill
Dragon's Tooth Golf Course is located on a historic estate now serves as a charming country house hotel and golf course with antique Georgian furnishings and a walled garden. Built in 1640, the estate is rich with local stories and historic, lending character to the golf course, which was completed in 2002.
The Course is a fine 4799 yard, Par 66 18 hole, with an SSS of 63. Players from beginners to experts will enjoy its fine springy turf, similar to the surface at the Championship links of Machrihanish just a few miles away.
Dunaverty Golf Club
Glencruitten Golf Club is James Braid's hidden gem nestled among the hills of Glencruitten Estate on the outskirts of Oban. Glencruitten is a short, hilly parkland golf course, with most of the holes playing to an elevated green or from an elevated tee.
Glencruitten Golf Club
Helensburgh Golf Club was founded in August 1893 as a nine-hole layout. By 1905, the golf course had been extended to 18 holes. In the 1920s, James Braid devised many changes, some of which are still in place today.
25 Abercromby St E
Helensburgh, Scotland G84 9HZ
Argyll and Bute
Innellan Golf Club has an interesting nine-hole layout, with excellent views over the Firth of Clyde and its islands. It is located four miles south of Dunoon. Innellan is an undulating hilltop golf course situated above the village, which provides fine viewing opportunities.
Innellan Golf Club
Inveraray Golf Club is a challenging nine-hole parkland course with spectacular views over Loch Fyne and the surrounding hills. Inveraray is a nine-hole course with a total length (for 18 holes) of 5,598 yards.
Inveraray Golf Club
North Cromalt, Inveraray
Location: A846, three and a half miles north Port Ellen
Islay Golf Club
25 Charlotte St
Isle of Islay PA42 7DF
Scotland, PA37 1SD
Isle of Gigha Golf Club is a flat, seaside nine-hole golf course with spectacular views of the Sound of Gigha and the mainland. The quiet island golf course has wide fairways and is easy to walk.
Isle of Gigha
Kyles of Bute Golf Club is a hilly, moorland golf course consisting of nine intriguing holes, all with magnificent views of the Kyles of Bute, Arran and Loch Fyne. The Kyles of Bute golf course has no bunkers, but there are burns, punitive rough and long carries over heather, whin and blind holes to provide many challenges.
The Moss, Kames
Argyll PA21 2BE
Loch Lomond Golf Club is nestled on the banks of Loch Lomond, just 25 minutes from Glasgow. Loch Lomond boasts members from more than 30 countries. Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, the 7,100-yard parkland course is considered to be among the Top 100 golf courses in the world.
Scotland G83 8NT
Lochgilphead Golf Club is a picturesque nine-hole course set in the hills of Mid Argyll. The golf course is located adjacent to the Argyll and Bute Hospital. The par-64 golf course was designed by Dr.
Lochgilphead Golf Club
Argyll PA31 8LE
The Machrie Golf Links, originally laid out in 1891 by pioneering designer Willie Campbell, is now getting a wider name for itself as one of the world's top links courses. Machrie, also the home of the Islay Golf Club, is located on the tiny Isle of Islay, 15 miles off Scotland's west coast.
Isle of Islay
Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club, which opened in 2009, is the first golf course to be built on a Site of Special Scientific Interest since the days of Scottish golfing pioneer Tom Morris. The golf course is also the first 18-hole links course to be built on the west coast of Scotland in 100 years
Machrihanish, Kintyre PA28 6NU
Machrihanish Golf Club has become well known in the last few years, mainly because of its exceptional first hole, which requires the round's opening shot to carry the Atlantic. At 436 yards, it is a tough start, particularly into a breeze.
Machrihanish Golf Club
Machrihanish Golf Club also has a nine-hole golf course and separate men's and women's clubhouses. The nine-hole golf course includes one par 5, the 411-yard fourth hole. For 9 holes, the par-34 course is 2,376 yards from the longest tees.
Machrihanish Golf Club
Millport Golf Club, a heathland golf course situated above the town of Millport on the Isle of Cumbrae, was founded in 1888 making it one of the oldest established courses on the Firth of Clyde. In 1913, architect James Braid was invited to design the course to suit the modern game.
The Millport Golf Club
Isle of Cumbrae KA28 0HB
Port Bannatyne Golf Club, founded in 1912 is almost unique in having 13 holes, with the first five being played again before a separate 18th. Port Bannatyne is located on the beautiful and historic Bute Island.
Port Bannatyne Golf Club
Bannatyne Mains Road
Isle of Bute PA20 0PH
Rothesay Golf Club, located on the Isle of Bute, is one of Scotland's most scenic island golf courses. Founded in 1892 and designed by James Braid and Ben Sayers, the golf course boasts panoramic views of the Kyles of Bute, Clyde coast, Arran and the Cowal Peninsula.
Rothesay Golf Club
Tarbert Golf Club is a short yet stunning moorland nine-hole course, with well-maintained undulating fairways and greens. A number of the golf course's holes have views of the local countryside, including West Loch Tarbert.
Tarbert Golf Club
Taynuilt Golf Club, located close to the base of Ben Cruachan, is surrounded by mountains and overlooks the picturesque Loch Etive. The golf course, a challenging nine holes of undulating parkland, was founded in 1987 and was officially opened by Sir Michael Bonallack of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St.
Taynuilt Golf Club
Tobermory Golf Club's hilly nature makes it a tough challenge to all. The nine-hole golf course, set on the cliff tops above Tobermory Bay, offers panoramic views, including Ardnamurchan, Loch Sunart and, on a clear day, the Isle of Skye.
Tobermory Golf Club
Isle of Mull
This 9-hole golf course on the Isle of Tiree, known for its great windsurfing and bird watching, plays to 5,788 yards for the full 18. It's an extremely accommodating golf course, with no trees or water hazards.
Vaul Golf Club
Isle of Tiree
Argyll PA77 6TP