Golf

New Galloway Golf Club
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"The Home of Golf"

Thirteenth Hole at Dunskey Golf Club
Thirteenth Hole at Dunskey Golf Club
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Seventh Hole at New Galloway Golf Club
Seventh Hole at New Galloway Golf Club
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There are over 30 driving ranges and golf courses throughout Dumfries and Galloway, with a choice of championship links to delightful parkland courses.  Hospitality Plus Scotland would be happy to organise a golfing break for you, including a one day game where you can say you have golfed in Scotland, the “Home of Golf.”

Billy, Eleanor and Jock are keen golfers and are members of Southerness, Colvend and Dumfries and County courses.  They would be very happy to accompany guests on the golf course if requested!

Southerness is a challenging championship golf course situated on a stunning stretch of the Solway Coast.  As a friend has quoted, “When I play Southerness I feel I have died and gone to heaven!”

Colvend is a challenging 18 hole parkland course.  You are guaranteed a testing and memorable round of golf in beautiful scenery.  Colvend is situated near the towns of Dumfries, Dalbeattie and Castle Douglas.

Dumfries and County course is idyllically situated beside the River Nith on the outskirts of Dumfries.  The course is recognised as one of the region’s finest parkland courses.

There are many other choices of courses and Hospitality Plus Scotland would be happy to arrange golf for you or point you in the right direction to ensure you have a memorable golfing experience in Dumfries and Galloway.

The ‘Tiger Trail’ has been created for the 6 most challenging courses, including Powfoot, Southerness, Dumfries and County, Dumfries and Galloway, Portpatrick and Stranraer.  These courses will allow you to experience exceptional and more robust courses.

The ‘Challenge Trail’ includes Wigtownshire County, Moffat, Newton Stewart and Lochmaben, and although definitely not lacking in quality, they are less challenging than the courses on the ‘Tiger Trail.’

There are also other less challenging courses, both 18 hole and 9 hole courses.  The ‘Little Gems Trail’, which focuses mainly on the region’s 9 hole courses and includes Solway Links, New Galloway and Gatehouse of Fleet. Craigieknowes at Kippford is a testing Par 3 course.

 There are also several driving ranges where visitors can just practise hitting a golf ball.  In fact there is something for everyone.  Why not let Hospitality Plus Scotland organise a golf break for you.

A ‘Gateway to Golf Pass’ is your passport to great value golf in Dumfries and Galloway.