Great course in a lovely location but the wind was blowing so it was quite tough to keep the ball on the fairways after which the rough could be pretty penal. Had lunch in the clubhouse which was lovely. Overall a very good but pretty tough course.
Designed by James Braid in 1903, Powfoot is located in the Scottish Lowlands near the Solway Firth, facing facing the Cumbrian Lake District. The front nine is a challenging links, while the home holes are more parkland in style, but retain the threat of gorse and whins bordering close to the fairways and greens. Powfoot is an enjoyable challenge for all, and visitors will be warmly welcomed.