Cowal Golf Club
Ardenslate Road,
Dunoon, Strathclyde PA23 8IB
Tel : +44(0)1369 702 216 Fax : +44(0)1369 705673

Cowal Golf Club in Dunoon, boasts a beautiful golf course in an enviable position overlooking the Firth of Clyde in the Cowal Peninsula, Argyll, Scotland.

With a brand new clubhouse facility, a course equal to any in Scotland and spectacular views we have a facility and a location ideal location for members to join or for visitors on a golf outing.

Northeast boundary of Dunoon

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Course Details

Course Name: Cowal Holes: 18 Yardage: 6251 SSS: 70
James Braid designed course which skilfully exploits the wide variety of natural and typically Scottish features to produce as enjoyable a test of golf as you'll find anywhere.

Driving off from the first tee beside the Clubhouse, there is a gradual incline to the green where you can enjoy a magnificent view down the Firth of Clyde to the Isles of Bute & Arran, and, 55 miles distant, the gannet Ailsa Craig rising out of the sea off the Ayrshire coast at Turnberry. At the third hole you'll negotiate the wee burn. The fifth is an excellent 191 yard par 3. Then round the corner to the 6th and 7th where panoramic views over the Firth to the east and the Cowal hills to the west and north unfold. From the 12th you are led gently to the more level but none the less most testing part of the course with burns crossing the 13th and 15th fairways. On course facilities to sharpen up your play include a chipping and bunkered green and practice area.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Cowan Golf Course

    Gavin Boyd wrote on: Aug 3, 2009

    Me and my three friends traveled over from beith in Ayrshire last weekend to play the course, I enjoyed the course but the wheather was not very kind to us, the course itself was in good condition providing the wheather has been cruel lately. We stayed at the Royal Marine Hotel Dunoon and had a ball. Thanks to all who made us feel welcome.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews George Imrie 11/98

    George Imrie wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    I enjoyed my day there and am pleased to share the experience with other like minded golfers. What a great value day out. This club provides a great value package, including ferry crossing, all meals and 2 rounds of golf. I played this course in September 1997. It is quite hilly in places but this is definitely turned to it's advantage because of the spectacular scenery opened up by the height achieved. From the highest point, it is possible to see all the way from Erskine to Arran. It is a fairly challenging course and was in very good condition when I played it. It has some spectacular holes. I would definitely recommend a day out here.