Argyll

Argyll has some of Scotland's most dramatic and picturesque golf courses. Here you will find a wide selection of stunning links courses and parkland gems each offering a different challenge and a stunning new landscape every time you tee off.

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The Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club, Machrihanish, Kintyre, Argyll

Machrihanish Golf Club

Head to this legendary course and enjoy a round of golf amid impressive sand dunes. The exceptional first hole requires an opening shot that can carry the Atlantic! It's an epic setting and a marvellous test of your golfing prowess.

A view overlooking the course at Dunaverty Golf Club

Dunaverty Golf Club

Dunaverty is one of Argyll's most beautiful courses, boasting wonderful views of the Mull of Kintyre and even Ireland on a clear day. Depending on the wind, could feel twice as long as its yardage.

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Lochgilphead Golf Course

Lochgilphead Golf Course is a picturesque 9-hole course set in the hills of Argyll and a challenging parkland course. If you choose to play the full 18 holes then the yardage is a respectable 4,518 yrds.

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Glencruitten Golf Club

Glencruitten, also known as Oban Golf Club, is a scenic parkland course. This James Braid gem offers an enjoyable and memorable game of golf.

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Taynuilt Golf Club

Situated in a scenic and majestic location, this challenging parkland course is one of the best 9-hole courses in the region.

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Dalmally Golf Course

This picturesque 9-hole parkland course has many mature trees, interesting water hazards and bunkers to test your skills. The par 3 third hole is possibly one of the most picturesque and demanding holes on all of the Argyll courses.

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Inveraray Golf Club

Enjoy a round at this testing parkland course overlooking Loch Fyne. This 9-hole course has a total length of 5,456-yards.

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Cowal Golf Club

Situated on the Cowal peninsula, this James Braid designed course offers spectacular views across the Firth of Clyde. This is a mature parkland course with immaculate greens.

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Innellan Golf Club

Established in 1891, Innellan is a parkland style course set on an undulating hilltop. This is a testing course with spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde.

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Blairmore & Strone Golf Club

A James Braid designed course set on the hillside above Strone. This undulating moorland and parkland course offers breathtaking views of Loch Long, Holy Loch and the Firth of Clyde.