A challenging hillside 9 hole course offering spectacular views from every hole, including the mountains of the Lake District to the south west.
Founded in 1892 Langholm golf course has been through several design changes over the years, and today’s course is a challenging test for golfers of all abilities, particularly well suited to the mid-handicapper.
The first captain of Langholm Golf Club was Thomas Moses, director of the world-famous cloth makers Reid & Taylor, which manufactures the cloth for Augusta’s famous Green Jackets.
Located a few miles over the border, just off the A7, Langholm is perfectly located for visitors to Scottish Borders, Cumbria, Northumbria and Dumfries & Galloway. There are no restrictions for tee times, other than competition weekends. The clubhouse is very welcoming to visitors and catering can be provided for parties by arrangement.
The short par 4 7th routinely catches the over adventurous golfer. The green is cut off in front and right by a large ravine, bounded by trees on the left with an out of bounds to the rear. The ideal way to play this hole is an accurate drive down the fairway followed by a short pitching wedge to the centre of the green - easier said than done.
Partner with Lockerbie, a pleasant 18 hole parkland course just off the M74, or head to championship course Powfoot for a links challenge.
9 holes. 6180 yards. Par/SSS: 70/69
Tee Time Availability: Excellent
Typical Green Fee: £20
Suitable for: All abilities. Golf parties are welcome.
Club Hire: No
Buggy / Trolley Hire: No
Online Booking: No
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