Stornoway Golf Club in the Western Isles of Scotland was founded in 1890 on the present day site of Stornoway Airport, with its own distinctive personality and charm, it was re-sited to its current location within the grounds of the Lews Castle in 1947 with the aid of compensation received from the Air Ministry who had requisitioned the original course in 1939.
- Stornoway Golf Club Geolocation Latitude 58.215578° N Longitude --6.389226° W
- Stornoway Golf Club Postcode HS2 0XP
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Playing golf in the Western Isles is an amazing experience and Outer Hebrides golf trips can easily rival teeing off anywhere else in the world, offering practice nets, a short-game practice area and putting green, there are plenty of hazards for wayward shots including mature trees, heather and gorse, this 18 hole golf course on the Isle of Lewis in the Western Isles is well designed and professionally maintained with panoramic views of Stornoway Harbour and the Minch.
The club hosts the Western Isles Open Amateur Championships for Men, Ladies and Juniors, which are held as part of the Lewis Golf Week every July, the clubhouse incorporates a golf shop that provides visitors with a good selection of golfing merchandise, as well as club and trolley hire, locker rooms, and a licensed bar with light snacks.