Golf



Golf in and around Kirkcudbright

Listed below you will find details of our local golf courses.

Other golf courses within easy driving distance are Castle Douglas (18 holes) Dalbeattie (9 holes) Colvend (18 holes) and New Galloway (9 holes) Pick up a free leaflet and map in any local Tourist Information Centre. Also has info on Golf Passes.

Brighouse Bay Golf Club

Brighouse Bay Golf Course is a championship 18 hole course (6750 yds - Par 74 - SSS 74) 6 miles south west of Kirkcudbright. The course is perched imposingly above the beautiful Solway coastline and has spectacular sea views stretching over the Irish Sea to the Isle of Man. The natural coastal terrain plus the varying lengths from each of the 4 tees, change the character of each hole and make the course interesting and challenging whatever your ability and handicap level.

Golf Club facilities include a six bay covered driving range, short-game practice area and 9 hole (par 3) course. Buggies and golf clubs are available for hire.

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Gatehouse of Fleet Golf Club

Set in an idyllic location, there are stunning views from the course of Wigtown Bay, the Clints of Dromore and the massif of Cairnsmore of Fleet. The Scenery is breathtaking in every season. The nine holes of the course present a good test of golfing skill all year round. Winter greens are not used as the course drains very well.

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Kirkcudbright Golf Club

Founded in 1893, Kirkcudbright Golf Club can be found on the southern edge of town. Panoramic views of the Galloway Hills and the Dee Estuary add romance, charm and inspiration to a refreshing and challenging round of golf on this excellent quality 18-hole, par 69 parkland course.

A warm welcome is extended to visitors, both individual and groups, to enjoy a golfing discovery complete with full clubhouse facilities, catering and bar.

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Park of Tongland Family Golf Centre

A nine hole par three golf course, the layout of which allows eighteen holes to be played utilising separate tees for the front nine and back nine on each hole. The longest hole is some 160 yards and the shortest hole 76 yards with the remainder falling between.

A family run business, a warm welcome is assured for the golfer and non-golfer alike in the cafe. Additional facilities for the golfer include a nine bay floodlit, fully fitted, covered, sculptured practice range extending to some 350 yards and a 'short game' practice area with a large practice bunker adjacent to the short game area.

Full details on the VisitScotland Website.