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Appin Golf Links, Port Appin, Argyll & Bute. (1897 - 1900s)

The opening of the nine-hole course took place on Saturday 10 July 1897.

Result of a match against Fort William played in April 1898.

Appin Golf Club   Fort William Golf Club  
D McIntyre 5 D MacNiven 0
R Morrison 0 W MacNiven 0
D T Smith 0 J MacLean 2
C McMillan 3 C Livingston 0
D D F McIntyre 3 Hector Fraser  0
Robert Grieve 0 Alex Clough 4
D McMillan 0 J Sinclair 7
James Rowan 8 Mr Young 0
  19   13

From the Golfing Annual 1899/1900 - "Instituted in 1897. The course of nine-holes, varying in length from 120 yards to 300 yards, with numerous hazards, is within ten minutes walk of Port Appin Pier, where Mabrayne's steamers make ten or twelve calls daily during the summer, and two during winter. A magnificent view of Loch Linnie and the surrounding district is to be had from the course. Aird's Temperance Hotel is midway between the Pier and the course. Accommodation may also be had at several private houses. Tickets admitting to play - 6d a day, 1s/6d a week and 3 shillings a month - are to be procured at the hotel. A clubhouse has recently been erected". 


Port Appin Golf Links, Argyll & Bute. The course on the 1900 Ordnance Survey Map.

Reproduced from the {1900} Ordnance Survey Map.


The Google Map below pinpoints the location of the former course.


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