Situated on the coast in south west Scotland, overlooking the North Channel to Ireland, Portpatrick Dunskey enjoys a temperate climate due to the Gulf Stream and is playable all year round.
There are 2 courses, the Dunskey 18-hole, and the Dinvin 9-hole, which are a mixture of rolling moorland and seaside heath, at around 150 feet above sea level. Portpatrick Dunskey is renowned for it's warm welcome to visitors, and is popular for day trips, weekend breaks and golfing holidays. There is a wide range of accommodation and numerous other activities & attractions locally for those considering longer stays. Families are welcome to play the Dinvin 9-hole course, which does not require advance booking. Groups of golfers come from all over Scotland, as well as from Ireland, England, Scandinavia and beyond, to enjoy the challenges of the Dunskey, for the regular open competitions, the wonderful scenery as it changes with the seasons, and the hospitality of the club.
The Dunskey Course is a 18-hole 5913 yard Par 70 golf course and offers spectacular views and a mixture of rolling moorland and seaside heath, at around 150 feet above sea level and sets a fair challenge for golfers of varying abilities.
Dinvin 9 Holes 2/2
The Dinvin Course is one of Portpatrick’s best-kept secrets and offers a 9-hole, Par 3 Course, which is maintained to the same high standards as the 18-hole Dunskey Course. It takes about an hour to play and is ideal for golfers looking for a quick exercise or for the beginner who is not yet ready to play the 18-hole championship course.
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