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Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club

Reviews of Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club

4.2
based on 6 reviews
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Hcp 11 Bearwood Lakes Golf Club
Fabulous
24 May
Quirky, fabulous, fun.
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Hcp 5 Dundonald Links
Very good
November 09, 2016
Fantastic course with some very fun and interesting holes. I played it when it had just opened so I would imagine now it has bedded in it will be even better now.
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Hcp 6 Royal Palm Golf Club
Very good
October 02, 2015
Prior to coming to Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club I was not the biggest fan of inks-style golf courses, but I was impressed by the beauty of the golf course. It was my first experience on a links course and I really enjoyed it and had a lot of fun. You have to play with the wind which was quite strong that day. It is just another way to play golf. The hardest thing for me were the tricky long greens with unbelievable breaks. I have never seen this before while I was playing a lot of golf in the south of France. The only negative point are the very long walks from greens to the next tee box.
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Hcp 6 The Ranch Golf Club
Very good
October 01, 2015
Stunning and very funny links course of recent construction with an original design with a setting on the surroundings of an old military base of the US. During the game you will go thorugh blind shots and a huge variety of holes, which makes the game more entertaining. Wide fairways and benevolent rough. Very recomendable to be played with the Machrihanish Old Course.
Very good
October 01, 2015
David McLay's design is set up in an outstanding coastal scenery. The wind coming from Scotland's Atlantic shore makes the game a real test for players not used to play with it.
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Hcp 4 Craigielaw Golf Club
Very good
February 22, 2015
After hearing so many mixed reviews of Machrihanish Dunes, I was keen to play it and judge for myself. Despite the known challenges faced by the course designer and green keeping staff due to its location on a site of special scientific interest, I found it a really enjoyable experience. This is a rugged, natural links that's a lot of fun to play. It's a long but spectacular drive down the Mull of Kintyre to Campbeltown and I'd recommend staying over at the Ugadale Hotel, overlooking the 1st tee on the 'Old' course.