Dalmally Golf Club
Picturesque Dalmally Golf Club is nestled between views of Ben Cruachan and Ben Lui and bounded by the rolling waters of the Orchy River. There are many mature trees and interesting water hazards and bunkers on the nine-hole parkland golf course.
The 160-yard third hole, named Orchy Splash, plays across the corner of the Orchy River, with the backdrop of Ben Cruachan. It is one of the most picturesque and demanding holes on all of the Argyll golf courses.
Dalmally Golf Club's par-4 eighth hole, a right-hand dogleg, is one of the most difficult on the course. There is a burn at a very reachable distance from the tee and an out of bounds and mature trees to the right.
No. 9 is the longest hole on the course, measuring 402 yards. It is a mostly straight hole, with a bunker on the fairway, out of bounds to the right and a magnificent view of Ben Lui in front. The two-tier green, guarded by three bunkers, makes this a challenging finishing hole.
|White (18-hole)||64||4516 yards|
|Red (18-hole) (W)||66||4300 yards|
|Yellow (18-hole)||64||4207 yards|
|White M: 63.1/111||162||351||175||298||135||280||150||306||407||2264||4528|
|Red W: 65.6/113||162||343||173||297||134||268||107||223||393||2100||4200|
|Yellow M: 62.3/109||137||336||159||281||122||265||105||294||385||2084||4168|