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Southerness Golf Club


Southerness in Dumfries & Galloway, with its level terrain, allows for easy walking and no hills to climb; meaning you can simply relax and concentrate on your golf, here at Southerness Golf Club

There are spacious locker rooms with shower facilities for both ladies and gents to accommodate visitors and members alike.  There is a small golf shop which also serves as the starters office, and is also where a great deal of the day to day running of the club is done.

The clubhouse also contains a large bar lounge, television lounge, and a dining room, which serves a very high quality of food at more than reasonable prices.


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DG2 8AZ.

01387 880677

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