Newton Stewart Golf Club
Kirroughtree Ave, Minnigaff,
Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire DG8 6PF
Tel : +44 (0)1671 402172

Newton Stewart Golf Club founded in 1896, modern clubhouse offering full catering facilities, bar meal. Licensed bar, changing rooms with showers. No professional but buggy and trolley are available and also some golf equipment for sale. Visiting parties are welcome by arrangement.

Off A75 Euroroute. Follow the signs to Minnigaff village, then the signs to the golf course.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 12 Aug 1998.

Course Details

Course Name: Newton Stewart Holes: 18 Yardage: 5903 SSS: 70
Parkland course with mature trees. Set on two levels with spectacular views of Galloway Hills and Wigtown Bay. Two par fives and five par threes each of which present individual challenges good drainage ensures course playable throughout the year except in exceptional circumstances.
For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment
  • RE: Course and Clubhouse

    wrote on: Mar 16, 2004

    Its that time of year again all the boys from castle huntly are looking forward to our annual golf outing at your great wee course, the welcome you give us every year is out of this world so till next week keep the bacon rolls hot for us izzy.


  • Course and Clubhouse

    Davie wrote on: Nov 13, 2003

    Newton Stewart is one of the nicest challanges of golf in the region. No two holes are the same and all have individual features. On the course you will usually find the hardworking and friendly greenkeepers. Since becomming head greenkeeper nine years ago, Keith Hardie has made it one of the best courses in the area.
    The clubhouse has a very friendly atmosphere. The steward, Jimmy "the pro" Cloy provides wonderful food and is always good for a laugh.


  • Course condition and food

    Flukie in Ohio wrote on: Oct 17, 2003

    An awsome golf course with the funniest green staff in the country. The condition of the course is a true testement to Keith, Fraser and Ivy.
    The food is second to none! You could only describe it as unbelievable. Really! The tallents of head chef Jimmy Cloy don't stop there as he is also looked at as being club coach and manager. You have to see him to believe him.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jim McChesney Hamilton GandCC, Canada 11/01

    Jim McChesney Hamilton GandCC, Canada wrote on: Oct 31, 2001

    A course, which continues to improve yearly as, greens mature. Particularly fine views as you advance up the hill, creating great variety in terrain over the eighteen holes. The signature hole is 'the gushet', a strong par three at the top of the hill, a deceptive shot into the prevailing wind.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ant McGuinness Hdcp 14 10/00

    Ant McGuinness Hdcp 14 wrote on: Sep 30, 2000

    Having just returned from Newton Stewart with a party of 12 very keen golfers I feel compelled to send in a review of what I and many of the travelling party from Manchester thought was a truly memorable test of any golfers ability.
    Possibly not one of more notable courses in this area of Scotland, but certainly one that offers a varied and exciting challenge, particularly the 5 very fine par 3's and a host of very well designed par 4's set amongst this picturesque parkland course.
    We all very much look forward to visiting again in the near future.