Shiskine Golf & Tennis Club
Shore Rd
Blackwaterfoot, V7 KA27 8HA, United Kingdom

This unusual 12-hole course lies hard by the sea in the village of Blackwaterfoot on the Isle of Arran. Marketing hype aside, the scenery is quite remarkable.

The course was originally 9 holes back in 1896 and then it went to 18 holes. During the war the 6 extra holes were lost due to agriculture and we were left with 12. It has been 12 ever since and it takes just over 2 hours to play the 12 magical holes that make up a round at Shiskine.
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Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:none
Short Game Practice:none
Water Hazards:Scarce
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
8/9/13 corvus 65
10/20/12 southgate 37*
11/11/11 Gazza40 70
11/9/11 Gazza40 69
8/25/10 Gazza40 63
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Recent Reviews

  L5 - 9/8/15
I cant top any of the above comments, simply a must
  PRskycaddie - 6/6/15
Too many courses describe themselves as gems. Shiskine truly is one. Great day out wind, rain, sun and hail. :)
  AlastairK - 11/1/14
Tremendous scenery, some challenging holes, fab sunshine in September, lovely food afterwards.
  Gaz1307 - 3/20/13
Awsome. should be in the world top ten. club was closed on our day of play but plenty local hostelry's. MUST VISIT before you die
  ferrycraigs - 3/8/13
Outstanding 12 hole course. Superb views, very interesting and varied holes, links course. Highly recommended. A MUST to play. New clubhouse very good, with good food and drinks.
  ismija - 7/21/12
If you ever to go to the Isle of Arran this is a must play. If you enjoy historical golf courses get to the Isle of Arran. For £40 you can play all day and the cake in the clubhouse is fabulous
  grantrf - 6/19/11
Immaculate condition with some quirky, but interesting holes. Well worth the trip
  Gazza40 - 5/22/13
  Pmondor - 3/1/12
  alextbell - 3/8/11
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