Machrihanish Dunes GC

Set against the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast and sharing the same stunning views with neighbouring Machrihanish, which was laid out in 1879. Over 100 years later, course designer David McLay Kidd realised a lifelong dream to build a second course and it certainly hasn’t disappointed. The layout allows you the unique chance to create and craft shots just as the golfers of Scotland did centuries ago. The 17th is a fantastic hole, with a yawning chasm filling with rare orchids where you simply cannot walk that can be found just short of the green. If you land in this, a drop and a penalty stroke is required, which makes this par-4 so difficult.

Region :: Argyll and Bute

Length :: 7,175 yards

Par :: 72

8 Front Street East
PA28 6TJ