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  1. Kyles Of Bute Golf Course

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    Tighnabruaich

    This is a hilly moorland course consisting of nine intriguing holes all with magnificent views of the Kyles of Bute, Arran and Loch Fyne.

  2. Port Bannatyne Golf Course

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    Port Bannatyne

    Port Bannatyne is situated on the Island of Bute in the Firth of Clyde. Bute is the most accessible of all the islands off Scotland's west coast, being within two hours of both Glasgow and Prestwick Airports.

  3. Tarbert Golf Club

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    Tarbert

    9 holes, 4,460 yards (for 18 holes), par 66, SSS 63Hilly woodland course with spectacular views over west Loch Tarbert.

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    Lochgoilhead

    Welcome to Drimsynie Estate Golf Course

  5. Rothesay Golf Club

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    Rothesay

    Rothesay is situated on the Isle of Bute, a beautiful island in the Firth of Clyde. The course, designed by Ben Sayers and James Braid, is one of Scotland's most scenic island courses with beautiful views over the Clyde.

  6. Machrihanish Golf Club

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    Golf Courses

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    Campbeltown

    It requires a deal of commitment to reach the southern tip of the Mull of Kintyre to seek out the wonderful links of the Machrihanish Golf Club, but it is a journey that will never disappoint.

  7. Glencruitten Golf Club

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    Oban

    Glencruitten, also known as Oban Golf Club, is a short, hilly scenic course set in the beautiful Glencruitten Glen.

  8. Lochgoilhead Golf Course

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    Lochgoilhead

  9. Colonsay Golf Course

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    Colonsay

    Colonsay Golf Club is reported to be over 200 years old and is a naturally challenging but fun course.

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    Dunoon

    James Braid designed Blairmore and Strone Golf Club in 1896. The course is set on the hillside above Strone and in consequence is hilly and undulating with large areas of deep rough bordering most fairways.

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