Coyne Cup Collection: 2017 - Machrihanish Old Tom Morris Course

The 18 hole Championship Course is set in the wonderful Machrihanish Dunes by the small village of Machrihanish. 

It's a joy to play and most of the time very quiet, allowing the visitor to relish the ups and downs of the fairways and the tussle with undulating greens. The arresting views across to the islands of Islay, Jura and Gigha provide a delightful backdrop on an idyllic summer's day with the firm Machrihanish turf underfoot, the majesty of the dunes, and wheeling seabirds providing the musical sound track. 
To provide a varied test for the competent golfer, the layout is not just a predictable nine out, and nine back. The classic links holes, apart from the 1st, are the 5th, another par four with its fairway like an elephant's graveyard, the 10th, a clever dogleg par five and the 15th, a "one shotter" with real difficulty if the elusive green is missed from the tee.

We're proud to offer an EXCLUSIVE 2017 COYNE CUP version of this iconic course. Sure to be a focal point of Tom Coyne's forthcoming sequel to A Course Called Ireland, Machrihanish Dunes was a very special stop for Tom on his 2015 trip around the links of Scotland. As a participant of the 2017 Coyne Cup, you'll be sure to want this exclusive Machrihanish Dunes print, complete with Coyne Cup Logo!