Welcome to the Newton Stewart Golf Club web site. Newton Stewart Golf Course is a superb 18-hole parkland golf course with spectacular views from every hole.
Measuring 5840 yards (par 69), each hole is unique with excellent greens and subtle borrows.
The town of Newton Stewart is steeped in history where, as early as 1329, King Robert the Bruce, journey bound for St Ninian's shrine at Whithorn, visited the town, as well as distinguished traveller Mary Queen of Scots. The local museums contain a wealth of historical treasures and give a fascinating glimpse into Galloway life in bygone days.
There is an excellent range of first-rate accommodation, from fine hotels or guest houses, bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation. Many hotels offer discounted green fees to their residents.
The town is easily accessible by road. It sits on the A75 Euro Route, thirty minutes east of Stranraer and Cairnryan ferry ports and only fifty minutes west of Dumfries. The town is only an hours drive south of Ayr.
Water comes into play on two of the holes and patches of wild gorse which will punish wild shots.
Renowned for its hospitality, visitors are most welcome all year round as Newton Stewart is known as the friendly place to play golf.
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