6 reviews of Lochwinnoch Golf Club
three friends and i played this course on the 26/6/06 and considering the amount of rain the course had taken prior to our visit it was in fantastic condition, although the course is hilly it is easily walked as the holes are very well laid out and for the majority of the time the climbs are gradual, the two heaviest walks are to the par3 8th green and the par4 15th green but you will forget about all of the that afer you seen the views from the top of the hill as the views are nothing far short of fantastic, the other thing that should strike you in the face is how well manicured the course is, all the fairways and semi rough are cut perfectly and the defintion between the two are so precise its looks as though its been cut with a razor, the greens are probably some of the best i've played on in scotland both fast and true, without going into too much detail about the course all i will say is it starts off with a strong par4 and finishes with a wonderful par3.
as for the clubhouse it has everything you need and in the 25 years i have been playing golf in scotland it has without doubt the most friendly bar staff and members i have had the pleasure to meet
this club is not to be missed!!.
A real test of golf with most most holes providing their own challenge.
17th and 18th holes are particularly enjoyable.
Course is in first clas condition and the only real downside is that is very hilly. However this adds to the challenge.
Good food and staff were very welcoming.
Enjoyed my golf and my day at Lochwinnoch.
A challenging course for all levels of golfers. I found the par 3's in particular very enjoyable to play.
When I played the course it was in first class condition and I was lucky that the weather was kind.
You do need a certain level of fitness as the course is a bit hilly although this adds to the challenge.
Excellent catering and a very warm welcome in the clubhouse.
Maureen Illingworth (USA)
Quite a nice course with a welcoming staff. The clubhouse as undergoing major reconstruction at the time of our visit so changing facilities etc were a bit limited.
The course itself is well laid out and maintained but exceptionally hilly. The views from the top (9th green - I think) are spectacular across the village and the nearby Castle Semple nature reserve. Quite a few of the holes have blind shots (not surprising on such a hilly course) which takes away a bit from the experience.
Worth a visit though, especially if you are able to use one of the half price vouchers such as bunkered, two4one etc.
A MARVELLOUS TEST OF EVERY GOLF SHOT IN THE BOOK.IF YOU CAN PLAY GOLF HERE YOU CAN PLAY GOLF ANYWHERE.GREAT HOLES,GREAT SCENERY AND GREAT PEOPLE.A JOY TO PLAY.
Most of the holes on the course run along the side of a hill and work their way up into the hills. This makes the course very challenging physically and I would not advise it for older players or players who are not as fit as they'd like to be. I believe that an electric cart may be rented at the course but,again, the topography does not lend itself to this mode of transport. Once you've made the climb up to the ninth tee you get a wonderful view of Lochwinnoch and the surrounding valley. It's worth the climb. Jim Nicol Former member at Lochwinnoch Now resident in Arizona, U.S.A. firstname.lastname@example.org
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