Stranraer Golf Club is situated on the outskirts of Stranraer in Wigtownshire, Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland.
Stranraer, and nearby Cairnryan, are ferry ports that run regular sailings to Belfast and Larne in Northern Ireland. You can find information about sailings from the following ferry company websites:
From the North / Glasgow
If you are travelling from the North follow signs for Kilmarnock (M77) and then on to Ayr and Girvan (A77). At Girvan, continue south on the A77, along the coast, until you reach Stranraer where you will briefly join the A717. Follow signs for Leswalt (A718) and you will see Stranraer Golf Club on your right, approximately 2-3 miles out of Stranraer.
From the East / England
Stranraer is the last major town on the A75 Euroroute which begins at Gretna Green on the Scotland / England border. From the M6, take junction 22 (Gretna Green) and follow signs for Dumfries & Stranraer. Continue on the A75 heading West, for approximately 95 miles until you reach the town of Stranraer. Once you enter Stranraer, follow signs for the ferry port and then onwards to Leswalt (A718). You will see Stranraer Golf Club on your right, approximately 2-3 miles out of Stranraer.