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Bute Golf Club
Address Bute Golf Club (Kingarth), 32 Marine Place, Ardberg, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, PA20 0LF
Telephone Secretary 01700 5002158
Website www.butegolfclub.com
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Holes 9 - Short, but tricky, course.
Yardage 2497
SSS 64
Visitors Welcome to play exc. Saturday mornings up until 11.30am because of club competitions. Just sign the visitors' book at the clubhouse and deposit green fees in the honesty box, no need to book tee times but parties of more than eight players should contact the hon. secretary. The fee entitles golfers to play 9 holes, 18 holes or all day.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary
Green Fees
Adults B / Juniors A
Course Designer Est. 1888
Location Stravanan Bay, 6m S of Rothesay, off A845
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Facilities "We unfortunately do not have a licensed Clubhouse, but we recommend St.Blanes Hotel in the village of Kilchattan Bay where golfers can enjoy refreshments after a round."
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About the Club "Close to the sands of Stravannan Bay on Bute's west coast, Bute Golf Club's 9 hole course provides a delightful location in a rural setting with the dramatic backdrop of the mountains of Arran.
The course although only nine holes offers an array of challenges from the tricky 2nd over the wall to negotiating the burn at the short 3rd and the hillocks at the 8th. Our club house is a very quaint small cabin. An honesty box is located at the door where you should deposit your green fee. The course makes its way from the club house to the sea, offering wonderful views of Arran. You will notice that the fact that the livestock from the farm have grazing rights to the course and that the fencing around the greens makes it very interesting and different. If you use your imagination you can imagine being out here with old hickorys & guttys just as they did at the turn of the century."
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