Whenever Possible - Please use the On-Line Booking System as your Tee-Time will then be immediately confirmed.
Before requesting a Tee Time Reservation please Check the following :-
Blackout Dates, which include Open Competition Dates, available to download at the foot of this page.
Mens Competition Dates & Ladies Competition Dates, which can affect the times you may be able to book a Tee-Time on the Championship Course as shown opposite..
NB: Reservation requests only become firm bookings when Paid for In Full & confirmed by The Machrihanish Golf Club.
If your tee reservation request is difficult to describe on the form, you require multiple tee time reservations or would like to book for a large group or party please email us at email@example.com or telephone the Pro Shop on 01586 810277
Payment by Debit or Credit Card
Please note that for security reasons we can no longer accept credit or debit card payments by email. This is necessary to comply with the PCI DSS Compliance Programme. When making payment by debit or credit card we suggest you contact the Club by either: Telephone on 01586 810213 or Fax on 01586 810221.
|07:30-08:58||Members Only||Book On-Line|
|12:02-13:06||Members Only||Book On-Line|
|After 18:34||Members Only||TurnUp & Play|
|07:30-10:02||Competitors Only||Times Allocated|
|11:38-12:58||Competitors Only||Times Allocated|
|16:34-17:06||Competitors Only||Times Allocated|
|After 17:06||Members Only||TurnUp & Play|
Wednesday Club CompetitionsMembers should book an availble Tee Time for their competition round, either on-line or via the Pro Shop.
It isn't necessary to make a reservation to play on the Pans Course as this operates on a "Turn Up & Play" basis. We would however advise you to check the date you are planning to play against the list of Ladies' Competitions and take into account the ballot times. Please note that Ladies Competitions on the Pans Course consist of two 9 hole rounds. Although perhaps best avoided as the course can at times be busy, should you wish to play, we would ask you to be considerate, give way to competitors and avoid slow play.