Rothesay Golf Club
- Holes: 18
- Par: 69
- Length: 5419 yards
Rothesay Golf Club, located on the Isle of Bute, is one of Scotland's most scenic island golf courses. Founded in 1892 and designed by James Braid and Ben Sayers, the golf course boasts panoramic views of the Kyles of Bute, Clyde coast, Arran and the Cowal Peninsula.
Although only 5,419 yards long, Rothesay will present any player a challenge, whether it be the rolling par 4s or the testing par 3s.
The golf course's longest hole is the 523-yard 16th. "Sleeping Warrior" includes a ditch, with out of bounds to the right, and then a dogleg right and on to a sloping green.