4 reviews of Inveraray Golf Club
I played this pleasant little course a couple of times during my stay. It was free to play as we were staying at a nearby hotel. It had been raining heavily before and during our stay and was heavy underfoot. A few balls plugged on the fairways and took a bit of finding. There is a small burn, a water hazard and overhead pylons to contend with on some holes. The par 3s, the 1st and 6th holes were my favourites being protected with trees. Would play there again if in the area.
A grand wee course, improving every year. There's a little of everything here, including a few surprises. Not hugely difficult, but there's plenty to make you think and opportunities to use all the golfing skills from big drives to subtle wedges. Great views from most holes, and though it's a flattish course, now that drainage has been improved it's rarely been soggy when I've played it, despite its proximity to Loch Fyne.
Interesting 9 hole course, by far the flattest in the area and suitable for the beginner. Well layed out but a little new , needs to mature to improve. Greens and fairways well attended by greeens staff.Average time for round is about 3 hours for 18 holes. Day ticket allows two rounds and with local village in easy reach lunch between two rounds is a pleasure. Buzy at weekend in the summer.. mid week is best.
A soggy nine-hole course, with a few nice holes, set amid splendid scenery near the shores of Loch Fyne. The opening par 3 is a fine hole, but the course gets a bit dull after that for several holes. But No. 7, Fyne View, is a wonderful hole with an approach straight at the beautiful loch. The home hole is a nice one, as well, with a semi-blind drive and an approach that must find its way through two giant oak trees that guard the green.
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