The New Cumnock Mural , at the Mary Morrison Memorial Garden
History of the Parish
of New Cumnock
by Robert Guthrie
NEW CUMNOCK GOLF CLUB
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Welcome to New Cumnock Golf Course
New Cumnock Golf Course is a delightful 9 hole course enjoying spectacular
views of the Southern Uplands. It is situated 1 mile from the village on the
New Cumnock-Cumnock road. A warm welcome is extended to all visitors.

Green fees are to be paid at the nearby Lochside House Hotel which
is located 100 yards from the 4th tee, over the railway bridge. An ideal
setting for the 19th hole, overlooking the peaceful Loch o'the Lowes .

A new clubhouse has been built with excellent adjoining parking facilities.
Nine holes, seven par 4's and two par 3's make up this parkland course
with a medal yardage of 2666 yards (9 holes) and 5332 yards (18 holes)
Glasgow-Dumfries
Road (A76)
Lochside House
Hotel
Glasgow-Dumfries
Railway Line
Golf Course Entrance
and Clubhouse
New Cumnock Golf Club
Bookings: 01290 338 041

Green Fees
Weekdays Monday to Friday Anytime
Round 8 Day Ticket 8

Weekdays Call for Availability
Round 8 Day Ticket 8


Hole 1 : Long Carry Medal Yards 370 Par 4
A long carry over ditches and rushes to a relatively broad
fairway. Supported with a forward ladies tee.
Hole 2 : Road Hole Medal Yards 349 Par 4
The main New Cumnock-Cumnock road out of bounds to the
right. But long gone are the days of waiting on the pit buses
going past before teeing off with confidence! Wee burn
Hole 3 : Lochside Medal Yards 280 Par 4
Teeing-off from the Lochside House road-end with out of
bounds on the right again. The Loch o' th' Lowes lies ahead.
Hole 4 : Railway Medal Yards 361 Par 4
Yes, out of bounds on the right again, but the main Glasgow-
Carlisle railway line is well off the beaten track. Nice wee burn
to cross over on the way to a fine green.
Hole 5 : The Burn Medal Yards 412 Par 4
The longest hole on the golf course with a deep burn to the right.
There is a smaller burn to negotiate that cuts across the fairway
before a small knowe and then on to a hidden green.
Hole 6 : The Hollow Medal Yards 180 Par 3
The first par 3 with the hidden green nestling in a hollow with a
mini-woodland to the left , bunkers to the front and a burn beyond.
Hole 7 : Old Clubhouse Medal Yards 323 Par 4
Fairway sweeps uphill and over a ridge to a hidden green that sits in
the shadow of the old clubhouse. A reminder of the days when the
greenkeepers duties included switching in the electric-fences that once
surrounded the greens to keep the sheep off !
Hole 7 : Old Clubhouse Medal Yards 323 Par 4
Fairway sweeps uphill and over a ridge to a hidden green that sits in
the shadow of the old clubhouse. A reminder of the days when the
greenkeepers duties included switching in the electric-fences that once
surrounded the greens to keep the sheep off !
Hole 8 : Loch View Medal Yards 250 Par 4
Uphill all the way to the highest point on the golf-course. Sink the putt
and enjoy the view of the Southern Uplands and the Loch o' th' Lowes.
Hole 9 : The Ditches Medal Yards 141 Par 3
The shortest hole on the golf-course but you need to carry the ditches
and the green rashes-o to find the heart of the green . Then start again
New Cumnock New Cumnock so good you place it twice !!
The New Cumnock Mural , at the Mary Morrison Memorial Garden
This page last modified on Wednesday, September 04, 2002