Dunaverty Golf Club

Dunaverty is regularly referred to as a "hidden gem" and it is easy to see why when you take into account the wonderful coastal setting, fantastic condition and testing layout.

A haven for golfers and wildlife alike with an abundance of birds, flora and fauna on display and possibly even a chance sighting of an otter to add to a memorable experience.

Whilst its not the longest of courses, golfers of all abilities will enjoy its natural links layout which weaves amongst the wind-contoured terrain creating natural hazards on every hole. To keep a good score, the golfer will particularly need to master the devilish collection of par 3’s ranging from 123 to 245 yards in length.

The Course is sited on ground around Dunaverty Rock, a long established site for fortification which once sheltered Robert the Bruce. It is most famous for the conflict between warring Clans in 1647 which culminated in the surrender and subsequent massacre of the 300-strong Royalist garrison by the besieging Covenanters. Dunaverty Castle was subsequently raised to the ground and precious little remains.

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