This is a hilly moorland course consisting of nine intriguing holes all with magnificent views of the Kyles of Bute, Arran and Loch Fyne.
There are no bunkers, but there are burns, punitive rough, and long carries over heather, whin and blind holes to keep you on your toes. The first hole is only 110-yards, but you have to approach vertically to carry the Dooley Moolachs, stone and heather outcrops before the green. Everyone loves to play from the ninth, 'Cnoc', poised 200 feet above the water of the Kyles at your back. You are trying to get to a green that is below you and across the burn. It is 170-yards away and most of the time you are playing into the prevailing westerly wind.
Parkland, 9 holes, 4,778 yards, SSS 64, Par 66