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  • A green flag fluttering on the New Galloway Golf Course.
    9-hole New Galloway Golf Course
  • Ruins of a castle in the middle of Newton Stewart Golf Course, Dumfries & Galloway.
    Newton Stewart Golf Course
  • View of Loch Ryan across a green at Stranraer Golf Course.
    Stranraer Golf Course on Loch Ryan

For golfers, Dumfries & Galloway is a natural choice. As well as affordability and beautiful surroundings, it has, perhaps more importantly, a superb array of golf venues ranging from championship links courses to parkland layouts.

The region offers the avid sportsman three intriguing golf trails to follow, each with different and unparalleled golfing experiences: the Tiger Trail, the Challenge Trail and the Little Gems Trail.

The Tiger Trail centres on the region’s premier courses which have exceptional and more robust layouts. You’ll find all the right ingredients in terms of length, quality, setting and character, allowing you to really test your game. The acclaimed Southerness and Powfoot courses are just two of the many highlights on the trail. The former is set on a stunning stretch of the Solway Firth and has hosted many of the sport’s leading tournaments. The nearby Powfoot is one of the many courses in Dumfries & Galloway designed and created by five-time Open champion, James Braid.

The Challenge Trail is a collection of memorable courses suited to the majority of golfers from designers such as Braid, as well as Willie Fernie and Ben Sayers. There is no shortage of quality here either with excellent courses like Wigtownshire County links course, which challenges low and high handicappers and boasts stunning views of Luce Bay and Moffat. Newton Stewart is one of the region’s hidden gems, a parkland course in the heart of the Galloway Hills. Lochmaben is another impressive parkland course where the 2nd hole takes you past the site of Robert the Bruce’s castle.

The Little Gems Trail focuses mostly on the region’s 9-hole courses which can offer up an hour or two of real golfing pleasure, ideal for both families and those who are short of time. Solway Links near Dalbeattie prides itself on being a family friendly venue and is also home to Scotland’s first and only ‘Golf Cross’ course, where oval balls and goalposts replace round balls and holes. The courses at New Galloway and Gatehouse of Fleet are good fun and will keep you on your toes.

Find out more about the golf trails in the Dumfries & Galloway Golf guide. The Gateway to Golf Pass offers you the choice between a 6-round pass and a 3-round pass while enjoying access to 26 participating courses over five consecutive days.

When booking your accommodation remember to look out for the Golfers Welcome scheme. They accredit accommodation providers that offer dedicated golf facilities like secure club storage, weather updates and details of local golf suppliers.

Browse the list below for more golf courses in Dumfries & Galloway.

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  1. Kirkcudbright Golf Club

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    Kirkcudbright

    With panoramic views over Kirkcudbright Artists Town, its harbour and the Dee Estuary, Kirkcudbright Golf Course is an 18 hole parkland course of exceptional quality.

  2. Moffat Mill

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    Moffat

    Welcome to Moffat Mill

  3. St Medan Golf Club

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    Whithorn

    Scotland’s most southerly golf course, situated on the shores of Luce Bay, St Medan offers an interesting and challenging game for novices and experienced golfers alike.

  4. Powfoot Golf Club

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    Annan

    One of the best golf courses in Scotland, opened in 1903 and redesigned by James Braid twenty years later, Powfoot presents a mix of both links and parkland golf, delivered to the highest standard.

  5. Castle Douglas Golf Club

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    Castle Douglas

    Close to the centre of Castle Douglas, a busy market town known as Scotland’s Food Town, this attractive, tree-lined 9 hole parkland course is an excellent example of town golf courses in southern Scotland.

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    Dumfries

    A challenging 18 hole course set in lovely rolling countryside on the western outskirts of Dumfries, the Dumfries & Galloway is a good test for the club golfer.

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    Kippford

    Explore the quiet roads, and beautiful scenery of Scotland in a stylish 1960's convertible!

  8. Southerness Golf Club

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    Dalbeattie

    Designed by McKenzie Ross this renowned Championship course is Dumfries & Galloway’s flagship links course, enjoying an idyllic location with panoramic views of the Solway Firth, the Lake District and the Galloway Hills to the west as you play.

  9. Crichton Golf Club

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    Dumfries

    A tree lined 9 hole wooded parkland course of excellent quality, offering superb views over Dumfries and the River Nith, with good repeat play value.

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    Gatehouse-of-Fleet

    A private golf course owned by the Cally Palace Hotel which has only very recently opened up to non-residents, this 18 hole parkland course provides a pleasing challenge for all skill levels.

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