Dalbeattie Golf Club
Dalbeattie Golf Club is a nine-hole course that has a reputation as being a haven for wildlife. Golfers can expect to catch glimpses of deer around the forested parts of the course and birds of prey flying overhead. The parkland layout consists of seven par-4s and two par-3s that offer panoramic views of the Urr Valley, including Cairnsmore of Carsphairn, Kippford, and the Lake District Hills. The golf course is gently sloped with out-of-bounds stakes and doglegs to provide some challenge. One of the most memorable holes is the par-4 fourth hole, which requires a straight drive to the corner of the golf course where players are met with a dogleg right to a small green.
|White (W)||70||5710 yards|
|White M: 32.0/103||186||412||345||363||316||329||337||156||411||2855||2855|
|Yellow M: 31.4/101 W: 32.7/104||184||412||342||350||306||285||314||153||387||2733||2733|
|Red W: 31.2/102||182||410||296||285||257||285||314||153||353||2535||2535|
Lovely little course full of friendly folk
The third time we have played this course while on holiday over the last few years, each time any members have been really helpful & friendly. This time was no exception, we were having trouble starting the buggy when Jock came to our aid, & also stopped for a good chat.