The scenery is the star of this challenging 9 hole parkland town course. Dalbeattie’s well maintained course offers a few gentle slopes and rewards with panoramic views along the Urr valley, north to Cairnsmore of Fleet and south to Kippford .
Established in 1894 Dalbeattie Golf Club is one of the oldest in Dumfries & Galloway, laid out on former farmland to the north of the town near Rounall Wood, a community woodland that’s teeming with wildlife including red squirrels, deer and woodland songbirds.
During weekdays the course tends to be fairly quiet, however weekend tee times should be booked in advance. Motorised buggies are available for hire.
The par 4 4th needs a straight and accurate drive to the corner of the course before a right angle dogleg. With out of bounds to the left, restrictions to the right and a smallish green, you’ll breathe a sigh of relief if you escape with par.
Pair it up with other local 9 hole courses, such as Castle Douglas, or partner with nearby Colvend for an enjoyable 27 hole golfing day.
9 holes. 5710 yards. Par/SSS: 68/70
Tee Time Availability: Excellent
Green Fee: £10 for 9 holes £15 for 18 holes £20 for all day £50 for the week
Suitable for: All abilities. Golf parties are welcome.
Catering: Not full time, but available on club days.
Club Hire: No
Buggy / Trolley Hire: YesOnline Booking: Yes. Accessed on club website - dalbeattiegolfclub.co.uk
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