Whinhill Golf Club
Beith Road,
Greenock, Renfrewshire
Tel : +44 (0)1475 24694

Upper Greenock - Largs road

Course Details

Course Name: Whinhill Holes: 18 Yardage: 5504 SSS: 68

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

press here for Whinhill Golf Club course reviews

Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment
  • Glorious !!

    Bob Millar wrote on: May 24, 2005

    I have only played the whinhill on a handful of occassions but when i do play it is a pleasure, the 1st is a tough hole especially when the wind is not blowing !!
    i would just like to give a big shout out to my whinny hood rats and also raf the columbian drug lord.


  • The beautiful whinny

    Romano Picozzi wrote on: May 24, 2005

    I have been playing at the Whinhill golf course for several years now, it is an amazing course and the 4th hole rivals any golf hole in the world, including that of the 17th at sawgrass. Simply magnificent !!
    "whinny boys we are here"


      • RE: The beautiful whinny

        mark mcclurg wrote on: May 24, 2005

        here here i agree
        i reguarly go up and just play with myself over the layout of this course
        whinny thru and thru


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Pat Boyle 05/02

    Pat Boyle wrote on: Apr 30, 2002

    Not an easy course, despite the short yardage. Because of the location, the wind blows strongly most days and a few of the par 4's can be unreachable in two shots. Hole 15 is a nightmare to judge properly and 18 is one of the toughest finishing holes I have played


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Richard Twyford 08/01

    Richard Twyford wrote on: Jul 31, 2001

    What value at only £7 per round.
    Visitors to the area should certainly take in Whinhill, an absolute delight offering panoramic views across the Clyde and up into the Campsies.
    Testing par 68 while being a very short course it is indeed a true test of golf. Having returned to the area after sometime I was fortunate enough to play 18 with my old friend and current club champion Alan Hendry (2). Visitors made welcome at all times.