Welcome!

Taynuilt Golf Club is a challenging 9-hole parkland course which was founded in 1987.  The Course is surrounded by majestic scenery located close to the base of Ben Cruachan and with stunning views up Loch Etive.  The village of Taynuilt is situated on the A85, approximately a 2 hour drive from Glasgow and 12 miles from Oban, "The Gateway to the Isles".  see location map 

Notices

Dates for your diary:

  • The first Mixed Evening Competition (Cancer Care), due to take place on 19th April, will now be on 3rd May, due to road closure for resurfacing work in Taynuilt.
  • Our Mixed Open, sponsored by Kilchrenan Inn, takes place on 7th May.  Enter online now.
  • Our 3 Person Stableford, sponsored by Brander Lodge, takes place on 14th May.

Stewards are required for a couple of hours in the early weekday evenings.  If you can help out, please enter your name on the sheet at the clubhouse or contact Diane Millar.

Some members have expressed concern about the felling of trees on the course.  The Greenkeeper and Committee do take expert advice on Course maintenance and, sadly sometimes this involves the removal of trees to allow light onto the course and improve growth.  A tree to the left of the 8th green is to be removed, as soon as possible, as it is rotten and dangerous.

Upcoming Events

Dates for your diary:

The first Mixed Evening Competition (Cancer Care), due to take place on 19th April, will now be on 3rd May, due to road closure for resurfacing work in Taynuilt.

Our Mixed Open, sponsored by Kilchrenan Inn, takes place on 7th May.  Enter online now.

Our 3 Person Stableford, sponsored by Brander Lodge, takes place on 14th May.

 

Stewards are required for a couple of hours in the early weekday evenings.  If you can help out, please enter your name on the sheet at the clubhouse or contact Diane Millar.

Some members have expressed concern about the felling of trees on the course.  The Greenkeeper and Committee do take expert advice on Course maintenance and, sadly sometimes this involves the removal of trees to allow light onto the course and improve growth.  A tree to the left of the 8th green is to be removed, as soon as possible, as it is rotten and dangerous.