There is something very unique about golf on arran
The Isle of Arran is a golf haven for enthusiasts, with seven courses to choose from the dramatic scenery and unique courses make it a great days activity; serious golfers or a family playing for fun are bound to find a course to suit!
Arran is a golfer’s paradise with spectacular views on every fairway. Some courses will have you putting whilst overlooking Kintyre and Drumadoon Point whilst others will see you teeing off looking out towards Goatfell. It’s a great way to get out and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding area.
There is also have a driving range on the island at Balmichael; a great option to hone your skills or perfect for beginners to give golf a try. Fully automated, they have both indoor and outdoor bays with clubs provided free of charge! For more information please contact them directly.
All courses are accessible throughout the year but it is advisable to book in advance. Courses on the island have good facilities, some allowing dogs whilst others letting children play for free when playing with an adult.
The Arran Golfing Pass is a must if you are a golf fanatic and fancy trying more than two or three courses during your stay. At £99 the pass entitles the bearer to one round of golf on each of Arran's courses so why not try all of them!
There are three eighteen hole golf courses in Brodick, Lamlash and Whiting Bay, three nine hole golf courses Corrie, Machrie and Lochranza and one twelve hole course in Shiskine.
For more information;
Brodick golf club (18 hole)
Lamlash golf club (18 hole)
Whiting Bay golf club (18 hole)
Shiskine golf club (12 hole)
Machrie golf club (9 hole)
Lochranza golf club (9 hole)
Corrie golf club (9 hole)