Open Competition Dates for 2015
Saturday 25th April
Thursday 7th May
Alf Baxter Scramble
over 55s L/G
Saturday 9th May
Texas Scramble G/O
Saturday 6th June
Lions Charity 4Ball BB G/O
Saturday 27th June
Cancer Cup Greensome L/O
Sunday 28th June
Iain Drape Quaich. G/O
Saturday 18th July
St Medan Cup Juniors
Sunday 26th July
Kirkmaiden Trophy &
Robin Mills Quaich G/O
Monday 3rd August
Port William Carnival L/G
Tuesday 4th August
Port William Carnival Juniors AM only
Saturday 22nd August
McGowan Cup Juniors
Sunday 23rd August
Monreith Arms Texas Scramble G/O
Saturday 12th Sept.
Airlour Salver L/O
Welcome to the website for
St Medan Golf Club.
This family-friendly, 9 hole course, laid out on the shores of Luce Bay in south west Scotland, offers an interesting and challenging game for novices and experienced golfers alike.
See if you can spot us in the Video...
St Medan, as Scotland's most southerly golf club, hosted a visit from the Ryder Cup on its tour round Scotland in September 2014.
A special feature of St Medan is that there are 18 tees playing to 9 holes, making optimum use of the hilly peninsula with it's wonderful scenery and panoramic sea views.
From a letter to the Herald on the subject of golf rounds with fewer holes:
"Clubs could do a lot worse than follow the example of the excellent and beautiful St Medan course with 9 holes and 18 tees, giving plenty of options."
This is a very welcoming, friendly and informal golf club.
The clubhouse is open from April until October for light refreshments and snacks.
Party bookings with catering can be arranged by phoning or emailing the Secretary.
Adjacent to the clubhouse is a holiday caravan which may be hired between Easter and October, and residents enjoy reduced green fees.
Scotland's most southerly golf course on the rugged Galloway coast.
Amongst the many other attractions of the area, non-golfers in your party / family can enjoy the sandy beaches on either side of the golf course, explore the cliff-top walks or visit the nearby picturesque harbour villages of Port William and Isle of Whithorn.
Visit the Links page for more details of local attractions and activities.