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Very Nice Course

While this is a parkland, not a links course more typical of the area, it is well conditioned, with... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2017
Tucson, Arizona
Much changed in 12 years

Always used to play in early 2000's, and not been back in ages, looked forward to a game for ages... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2017
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very enjoyable round of golf. Course in great condition. Challenging but good. Very friendly staff. Would recommend

Thank Kune52
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The course was in great condition, despite the long dry, hot summer. Fairways were burnt, in areas, but the greens were immaculate. Some long challenging holes, great par 3’s and wide fairways. Will definitely be back.

Thank Kenneth_Smith
Reviewed 10 September 2017

While this is a parkland, not a links course more typical of the area, it is well conditioned, with a very nice design. On a slightly rainy weekday, we walked it and played as a twosome in slightly over 3 hours. While the rain did...More

Thank JKVictor
Reviewed 5 September 2017

Always used to play in early 2000's, and not been back in ages, looked forward to a game for ages. What followed was very nice, looks like many course changes over time, and condition was great. Bit slow, but to be expected on a Saturday...More

Thank guycarr360
Reviewed 17 August 2017

The main Belleisle Course has often been described by experts as "the best municipal course in Scotland" Having played a very large number of these courses, I can confirm that Belleisle has at least to be in the top 3. Both the main Belleisle course...More

4  Thank Westbury12
Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

Belle isle golf course is a parkland James Braid course. It is most enjoyable with beautiful mature trees. It is long but not very hilly. It was in fairly good condition. It has a new modern clubhouse with cafe ,pro shop, and well appointed locker...More

1  Thank Patricia C
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Great value for money on a course designed by one of the great Scottish golfers, James Braid. New clubhouse with excellent facilities

Thank exhotelier1942
Reviewed 4 May 2017 via mobile

Nice course but too many sand bunkers for my liking. The sand is like sugar so quite tricky to come out of. The par 3's are very tricky as peppered with bunkers featuring high on the stroke index. Club house nice and modern and airy,...More

Thank MAGGIESWScotland
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

Belleisle golf course is my local course and I have played for 15+ years. It is a great course but does lack attention in some areas. There is never enough sand in the bunkers ever apart from that it is an excellent course for recreational...More

Thank Catastrophicend
Reviewed 17 August 2016

Good value golf course, in very good condition, hilly and a long slog in places, buggy recommended. Clubhouse fare... average, non alcoholic cider very expensive at £3.30. if clubs want golfers to stay and eat please do not overcharge , decent alcohol free beers can...More

Thank LochLeeGlenesk
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