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Visitors Green Fees
Types of membership available and costs

Visitors Green Fees 2014/15
All visitors green fees/packages have been held at 2007 prices.


Visitor Packages

Golf and food package prices:

Option 1:
Mon - Fri----18 Holes----20.00

Sat - Sun----18 Holes----25.00
Rolls and coffee/tea before round of golf followed with lunch or high tea after round of golf.

Option 2:
Mon - Fri----36 Holes----25.00

Sat - Sun----36 Holes----30.00
Rolls and coffee/tea before round 1, soup and sandwiches between rounds followed with high tea.

If you find two rounds of 18 to much, why not try playing two rounds of 12 as our 12th hole ends at the clubhouse. Please contact the club to check availability and rates.

Golf holiday package prices:

2 rounds of golf on seperate days and one night B&B--60.00 p/p.

2 rounds of golf and food on seperate days at the golf club plus one night B&B--77.00 p/p.

Stag and Hen days/weekends can be arranged with on course fun and games.
Please contact the club for further information.


To book individual or party tee-times phone one of these:
Mr. R. Jardine, Match Sec: 01700500195
The Clubhouse: 01700504544
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Founded in 1912, the Port Bannatyne Golf Club can claim to be among the most scenic courses in Scotland, looking over Kames Bay to the Cowal Hills and the mouths of the Kyles of Bute and Loch Striven. At the top of the course, golfers can look westward to Loch Fyne and the peninsula of Kintyre. Mountains, waterways, islands, sailing boats, and vast horizons are pleasing distractions.

The course is somewhat unusual in having only 13 holes, with the first five being replayed before ending on a separate 18th. But the holes are an interesting and demanding mix with equally enticing names like the Burn, the Rushes, the Kyles, the Pancake, the Winney, the Puzzle, the Trap, the Saucer, etc.

Located on the west coast and benefiting from the Gulf Stream means that the course is almost never closed because of snow—play goes on 12 months a year in a temperate climate.

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