94. Maverston 9 hole. 25th May 2019.

A very basic par 3 course 

Round £10.   Par 27.  Value (out of 5) – 1.5

Maverston is owned and operated by the ANM Group, a member owned co-operative company with interests in mainly farming related businesses.  It seems clear that the business goal of the Maverston estate was to build a golf course attractive enough to enable the sale of the co-located residential housing plots surrounding the course.  The main 18 hole course itself opened in 2014, and several “executive” houses are now completed and occupied. I played and blogged about the main 18 hole course in 2016 here.

The 9 hole par 3 course is no more than a basic layout, which was in poor condition, especially the greens, when I played along with Fran. It would be a good course to learn the game on, and given that the club encourages under 16 membership for free with an adult member, I can see the value of the overall set up.

Having said that, as a stand alone course, it is not worth the £10 fee, especially given the increasing number of deals around at much better courses at a similar price. The main course here on the other hand is worth playing.

Maverston 9 hole course, a good course to learn on

 On the day, I lost a match play game with Fran winning 4 & 3, after which I parred the next 2 holes (7th and 8th) – isn’t it infuriating when that happens.

Anyone thinking of playing their first round of golf, this would be a good place – otherwise give it a miss.


Course Type: Parkland

Par 27 (9 par 3s)

Distance (yellow): 1250

Moly’s Gross score: 40

Maverston 9 hole scorecard – not bad in wind!

About Moly McMillan

Moly McMillan lives in Broughty Ferry on the east coast of Scotland. He is a self employed business consultant and devotes some of his time to achieving his life long ambition - to play every golf hole in Scotland, every single one!
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