top of page

Lochwinnoch Golf Club

Par 71, 6017 yards Course Rating: 70.4 Slope Rating: 127​ 


Since our founding over 125 years ago, LGC has been providing a tough test for members and guests alike. Over the years, the course has changed a great deal. To familiarise yourself with the layout, scroll down for a peek at a selection of holes.

Hole 1
Par 4, 432 yards, SI 3

A long par 4 with a dog leg to the left, our opening hole does not allow for inaccuracy. Out of bounds to the right and long, trees and waste area to the left, a green with 3 tiers well protected by two front bunkers: you'll be happy to walk off with a bogey 5 here.

Hole 3
Par 3, 213 yards, SI 15

The longest of our three par 3s, the third dips down from the tee box and back up again as you approach the green. Anything short of the top of the slope will roll down to the right, while any shots either side of the green will be collected by the bunkers on both front edges.

Hole 7
Par 5, 480 yards, SI 2

A daunting tee shot from the whites, with thick foliage lining the left and a water hazard on the right. If you manage to keep a tee shot in play, you'll likely need another two to reach this green that is out of sight until you walk down the slope towards the flag. The safe play is to keep left and let the slope guide your ball towards the green. Anything missing the right side of the green will require a tricky pitch shot back up towards the cup.

Hole 11
Par 4, 421 yards, SI 10

Once you've taken in the wonderful view of the village of Lochwinnoch from the tee box, you have an inviting downhill tee shot to contend with. Make sure you miss the big tree straight ahead and you'll have another downhill shot into the green. On a dry day, hit the ball to the crest of the slope and you should see your ball has rolled onto the green.

Hole 17
Par 5, 494 yards, SI 6

Late in the round, cards can be ruined by the tee shot here on our last par 5. Out of bounds lines the entire right hand side, while on the left a thick area of waste sits at the foot of the 7th tee box. Hit it down the middle and you might have a chance at hitting the green in two. If you're going with a three shot approach, watch out for the burn that runs across the middle of the fairway.

Hole 19

Our course is certainly a tester for your legs so why not join us for a well earned drink afterwards? Or if you still have it in you... another 18 holes!

bottom of page