Take a Tour

Johnny’s Seat
The 1st and 10th holes – 210 yards – SI 1/2

1stThis is one of the world’s most famous opening holes! The road runs along the left hand side, Loch Carron runs along the right hand side and the burn tumbles off the hillside from left to right across the fairway waiting for any loose shots.

If you can manage a par here you are off to a great start. Good luck!

The 2nd & 11th holes – 292 yards – par 4 – SI 5/102nd.png

The lochside on your right, the road along your left and a difficult green to hold the ball on make this a hole to play with care and caution.
The Hollow
The 3rd & 12th holes – 226 yards – par 4 – SI 17/18.3rdSPComing back from the second green you are once again faced with the lochside and road. A good birdie opportunity as long as you can read the green correctly.

The Doctor
The 4th & 13th holes – 160 yards par 3 – SI 7/4th8

Look left and look right before playing across the road to this hole and do not be short.

Flying Ant
The 5th and 14th holes – 144 yards – par 3 – SI 11/165th.JPG

A hole to be cautious on as the woods at the back of the green are out of bounds.

The 6th & 15th holes – 171 yards – par 3 – SI 3/4
The road runs alongside so do not be too far left and, behind the green, the churchyard is out of bounds.

The Hump
The 7th hole – 123 yards – par 3 – SI 97th(1).png

The Ditch
The 16th hole – 112 yards – par 3 – SI 12

Trying to hold on this green is very difficult especially in the summer months. Trying to read your putt is even more testing!

The 8th hole – 280 yards – par 4 – SI 158th

The 17th hole – 310 yards – par 4 – SI 14

This is a slight dog-leg and it is better to stay left off the tee to open up the hole for your second shot.

The 9th hole – 176 yards – par 3 – SI 139th

The 18th hole – 198 yards – par 3 – SI 6

Out of bounds both in the churchyard and behind the hole so be careful.

We hope you have enjoyed the tour of our course.

Now come and play it for real!

You are guaranteed a warm welcome and a great test of golf. The scenery is stunning and worth the walk no matter what score you make.

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