Craignure Golf Club is situated on the shore of Scallastle Bay, a mile and a half north of the ferry port at Craignure, alongside the A849 to Tobermory. The course was originally laid out in 1895 and revived in 1980 after a period of disuse. The course further underwent a new layout change during the 2012 season from the previous 18 tee layout towards a simple 9 tee and 9 hole design. The committee decided to make the change to reduce the unnecessary maintenance costs and simplify the layout to further benefit visitors satisfaction. The course is a newly laid out nine hole nine tee setup. There are some challenging risk and reward holes, especially the seventh and the ninth. The seventh is a straight par 4 crossed by the Scallastle River so an over ambitious drive is likely to end up wet. Discretion is definitely advised. The ninth is a par 4 crossed by the same river which will collect any unwary tee shots.