Clyde Coast Golf Packages available in Inverclyde

Inverclyde and the surrounding area is home to a wealth of golf courses.

It is also within easy reach of a varying range of different levels of golf courses throughout the central belt of Scotland.

Greenock Golf Club – 5 miles north of Inverkip

Greenock golf club boasts 27 holes of James Braid design, both courses are of a parkland/moorland layout and offer golfers of all abilities a fair test of golf whilst you enjoy the magnificent views over the River Clyde and Dunoon.

Greenock Whinhill Golf Club – 5 miles from Inverkip

The course offers a challenge to golfers of all abilities and visitors can be assured of a warm welcome. The course measures 5,504 yards and has a par of 68. It is a moorland course, quite hilly, but for all that gradual climb. The lowest point is 550 feet above sea level and the highest 625 feet

Gourock Golf Club – 4 miles north of Inverkip

Gourock Golf Club, established in 1896, is a moorland layout situated above the picturesque town of Gourock.The course boasts spectacular views over the River Clyde and Argyllshire Hills.

Port Glasgow Golf Club – 8 miles from Inverkip

Port Glasgow Golf Club is situated high above the town of Port Glasgow on the banks of the River Clyde. Offering one of Inverclydes most challenging rounds of golf with spectacular views up and down the River Clyde and beyond. Some members may take the views for granted but they are views that visitors will never forget.

Skelmorlie Golf Club – 3 miles south of Inverkip

Every year Hundreds of visitors are made most welcome at Skelmorlie Golf Club. A short but tricky course where good positional play will do well. An ideal course for a day ticket with rounds taking just over three hours for a three ball. Stunning views of the Firth of Clyde will add to the unforgettable experience of playing this par 65 sss 65 moorland course.

Largs Golf Club – 6 miles south of Inverkip

Largs Golf Club is a long-established private golf club with a superb 18-hole parkland course. Situated in front of Kelburn Castle overlooking the Firth of Clyde with the islands of Cumbrae, Bute and Arran in the background, with Arran's Goat Fell and the 'Sleeping Warrior' dominating the landscape.

Routenburn Municipal Golf Course, Largs – 5 miles south of Inverkip

Routenburn Golf Club is a privately run golf club which holds competitions and medals for members over Routenburn Golf Course which is a municipal course owned and run by North Ayrshire Leisure. The course was designed by the well known golf architect James Braid.