Dumfries and County is an attractive parkland course on the outskirts of the town. It has USGA standard greens and has played host to a number of professional events. It is in a pleasant wooded location bounded by the River Nith on the west side of the course.
Moffat is a beautiful moorland course designed by Ben Sayers and set amongst the heather and pine trees above the southern edge of the town. The course has fantastic views to both the Southern Uplands to the north and, on a good day, the English Lake District to the south.
Southerness on the Solway Firth is a real classic open links course, with views of the Cumbrian Fells to the south and Criffel Hill to the north. It was designed by McKenzie Ross in 1947 and the Scottish Amateur Championship has been played here three times.
The Dumfriesshire countryside and its golf courses are diverse in their challenges and backdrops from the moors of the Southern Uplands to the links of the Solway Coast. A chance to experience Scottish Golf in minature with all the types of course Scotland has to offer.
An hour from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Only a couple of hours from the major cities in the North of England by car or rail.