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|Established in 1892, this course features
quite stunning views across the Firth of Clyde and onto Argyle from
a number of vantage points and is often the talking pint of many
visiting golfers to an island known as 'Scotland in Miniature'. The
course is quite a challenge, especially if the wind is its usual
self - howling.
Although quite small, you will have to have a certain amount of control over your ball if you are to put together a decent looking card. Notable holes include the fourth, where there's a sign by the green warning of snakes! On a clear day, this is easily one of the most beautiful golf courses in Scotland and well worth the short trip form the mainland.