Bute Golf Club

Bute Golf Club

THE CLUB was formed in 1888 on land leased from the third Marquess of Bute who was responsible for re-building Mount Stuart, the stunning stately home on the east coast of the island, after the original house was burned to the ground in 1877.

Founder members engaged David Cuthbert of St Andrews, who was greenkeeper at the Millport club at the time, to design nine holes. Officials of the Cumbrae Golf Club, as Millport was known in those early days, allowed Cuthbert to spend a week at Bute GC’s expense to ‘lay off’ the course.
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Cowal Golf Club

Cowal Golf Club

Overlooking the Firth of Clyde on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll, Scotland, the Cowal Golf Club offers you a superb course with a spacious clubhouse facility.

Cowal Golf Club was founded in October 1891, as a 9 hole course laid out by Willie Campbell of Bridge of Weir.

In 1906 the course was extended to 18 holes under the direction of the St Andrews' professional, Willie Auchterlonie.
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Inveraray Golf Club

Inveraray Golf Club

The Golf Club is situated immediately south of Inveraray on the A83 Lochgilphead road, and is sign posted from both directions.

The course is a nine hole PAR 70 ( SSS 68 ) and has a total yardage of 5456 yards. A very testing but fairly level course, with some of the most beautiful views of Loch Fyne and the surrounding countryside.
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Kyles of Bute Golf Club

Kyles of Bute Golf Club

Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the hill above Kames, the golf course offers truly panoramic views across the water to the Island of Bute.

During the round there are other stunning aspects across Loch Fyne to the Mull of Kintyre, and south to the Ayrshire coast past Arran. The golf course has nine very intriguing holes, all quite different in design, requiring careful choice of both club and shot.
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