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AYRSHIRE GOLF COURSES

Ayrshire, in the south-west of Scotland, is an area with gentle rolling hills, wide open spaces and a coastline of such natural beauty that it abounds with links golf courses of outstanding quality and international reputation. There are also manicured parkland and windswept moorland courses to play as well. Most of the Ayrshire golf courses enjoy spectacular views of the Firth of Clyde, Arran, Ailsa Craig and the Kintyre hills beyond.

All of the more than 50 Ayrshire golf courses, are within easy reach of Edinburgh and Glasgow. With excellent road and rail links, two airports only a couple of hours’ drive away and one in the very heart of the area, Ayrshire really is a very accessible golfer’s paradise.

With the Ayrshire coast benefiting from the upward sweep of the Gulf Stream, the conditions are such that heavy snow and hard frosts are rare, so golf can be played virtually all year round. Private clubs welcome visitors and the many municipal (public) courses are available to all. Players of all standards will find something to suit their abilities, whether to be challenged seriously, improve their skills or simply to have relaxing rounds with family and friends.

Apart from the really challenging 18-hole Open Championship and Qualifying links courses, Ayrshire has many other championship courses, as well as some other quite testing 9- or 18-hole ones. The seven courses to be found on the island of Arran even include a particularly quirky, but beautiful, 12-hole course at Shiskine.

With such a plethora of fantastic and varied golfing opportunities in such a small area, Ayrshire golf should not be rushed – you should stay and play a while.

We have listed the Ayrshire courses from North to South and some of our featured courses are shown here.


NORTH AYRSHIRE GOLF COURSES

Links or parkland, on the coast, or nestling a short distance inland, you won’t fail to be impressed (and possibly distracted from your play) by the stunning views across the Firth of Clyde to Arran from the holes or fairways of these golf courses. Some are new, some are long-established, but all, including those on the islands of Arran and Cumbrae, will be a great part of your Ayrshire golf holiday.


Skelmorlie Golf Club, AyrshireSkelmorlie Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 65 | 5,030 yards
This hillside moorland golf course offers stunning views of the Firth of Clyde and overlooks the small towns of Skelmorlie and Wemyss Bay (where the ferries cross to Bute). With a particularly temperate climate, unless winter frosts descend, main greens can be available all year round.

 

North Ayrshire Golf Courses

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Skelmorlie Golf Club

Beith Golf Club

Routenburn Golf Club

Largs Golf Club

Millport Golf Club

Kilbirnie Place Golf Club

West Kilbride Golf Club

Ardeer Golf Club

Rowallan Castle Golf Club

Auchenharvie Golf Club

Irvine Golf Club (Bogside)

Irvine Ravenspark Golf Club

Dundonald Golf Club

Western Gailes Golf Club

Gailes Links Golf Club

Loudon Gowf Club

 

North Ayrshire Golf Courses

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Skelmorlie Golf Club

Beith Golf Club

Routenburn Golf Club

Largs Golf Club

Millport Golf Club

Kilbirnie Place Golf Club

West Kilbride Golf Club

Ardeer Golf Club

Rowallan Castle Golf Club

Auchenharvie Golf Club

Irvine Golf Club (Bogside)

Irvine Ravenspark Golf Club

Dundonald Golf Club

Western Gailes Golf Club

Gailes Links Golf Club

Loudon Gowf Club

 

North Ayrshire Golf Courses

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Skelmorlie Golf Club

Beith Golf Club

Routenburn Golf Club

Largs Golf Club

Millport Golf Club

Kilbirnie Place Golf Club

West Kilbride Golf Club

Ardeer Golf Club

Rowallan Castle Golf Club

Auchenharvie Golf Club

Irvine Golf Club (Bogside)

Irvine Ravenspark Golf Club

Dundonald Golf Club

Western Gailes Golf Club

Gailes Links Golf Club

Loudon Gowf Club

 

 

Beith Golf Club, AyrshireBeith Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 68 | 5,641 yards
Set in the hills above the small town of Beith in North Ayrshire and founded with a 9-hole parkland course in 1896, Beith Golf Club added the extra 9 holes in 1996. In common with other golf courses in Ayrshire, Beith’s spectacular views stretch from Ailsa Craig and Arran to the south and Ben Lomond to the north.

 

Routenburn Golf Club, AyrshireRoutenburn Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 68 | 5,604 yards
This municipal course is situated about 3 miles north of Largs town centre, close to the Firth of Clyde and has breathtaking views over Arran and the Cumbrae islands. It is a hilly, moorland course, designed by James Braid and opened in 1913.

 

Largs Golf Club, AyrshireLargs Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 70 | 6,115 yards
This long-established private club offers a superb 18-hole parkland course, where golfers with positional skills usually do better than the big hitters. In an ideal hillside situation on southern outskirts of Largs, the Clubhouse sits in front of Kelburn Castle overlooking the Firth of Clyde, with the islands and hills of Cumbrae, Arran and Bute in the background.

 

Millport Golf Club, AyrshireMillport Golf Club

18 Holes| Par 68 | 5,828 yards
The island of Great Cumbrae (pronounced ‘cumray’) is only 10 miles in circumference and its heathland course is situated on the west coast above its town, Millport. When it was formed in 1888, it was known as The Cumbrae Golf Club – but confusion with Perthshire’s Comrie Golf Club – led to the change of name. James Braid redesigned the course in 1913 “to suit the modern game".

 

Kilbirnie Place Golf Club, AyrshireKilbirnie Place Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 69 | 5,524 yards
Nestling in the hills on the road from Paisley to Largs so only a few miles from the coast, is Kilbirnie Place Golf Club. The tricky greens, natural hazards and scenery more than compensate for the relative shortness of this parkland course, which has even been compared favourably with St Andrews.

 

West Kilbride Golf Club, AyrshireWest Kilbride Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,452 yards
This championship-standard 18-hole links course is built right on the coast, with magnificent views across to Arran. The beach is on one side and farmland on the other, there is plenty of scope to get Out of Bounds, especially on a breezy day! The course itself is fairly flat and hosts the Scottish Boys’ Championship every four years.

 

Ardeer Golf Club, AyrshireArdeer Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 72 | 6,401 yards
Originally established in 1880, Ardeer Golf Club in the town of Stevenston is one of the oldest in Ayrshire. Now on its third site, this modern, tree-lined and remarkably demanding parkland course affords lovely views of the Firth of Forth from many holes.

 

Rowallan Castle Golf Club, AyrshireRowallan Castle Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,882 yards
Inland, on the Rowallan Castle estate, one of Ayrshire’s newest golf courses is blessed with some of the most unusual features to be found anywhere on a parkland golf course. There are meandering trout burns (streams), stunning mature (over 1,000 years) woodlands, pot bunkers, a Bronze Age settlement and not one, but two, castles!

 

Auchenharvie Golf Club, AyrshireAuchenharvie Golf Club

9 Holes | Par 66 | 2,600 yards
This open, but still challenging municipal course was opened in 1981 and although it has only 9 holes, it can be played as 18 from different tee positions. There is also an 18-bay practice range.

 

Irvine Golf Club (Bogside), AyrshireIrvine Golf Club (Bogside)

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,415 yards
Established in 1887, this Open Final Qualifying links course, in Bogside, Irvine, was originally designed by James Braid and is the oldest in Irvine. The hills of Arran provide a magnificent backdrop to this seaside course.

 

Irvine Ravenspark Golf Club, AyrshireIrvine Ravenspark Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,457 yards
A flat, parkland municipal golf course, Irvine Ravenspark is just 2 miles north of the town centre on the A737. Opened in 1907, many of the holes are more links-like than parkland – a challenge even to experienced golfers.

 

Dundonald Golf Club, AyrshireDundonald Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 72 | 7,100 yards
Only opened a decade ago, this modern links course is a classic, offering many delights among its challenges. Originally known as Southern Gailes, it was renamed Dundonald (meaning ‘Fort Donald’) to acknowledge the history of the site. The nearby hill has prehistoric fortifications and the former course became a military camp in WWII, being used to rehearse the D-Day landings. Today it is included in the pre-qualifying courses for the European Tour and the Senior British Open.

 

Western Gailes Golf Club, AyrshireWestern Gailes Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,640 yards
This world-famous, stunning Championship links course lies between the sea and the railway on the wide Irvine Bay over looking Arran and the Firth of Clyde. Founded in 1897, it has hosted both the Scottish Amateur and the European Men’s Amateur Team Championships and is also a Final Qualifying course for the Open and the Seniors Open. One of the most testing courses in Irvine, all the holes are next to the sea. The fairways undulate, complicated by three meandering streams and the sand dunes guard some greens ferociously.

 

Gailes Links Golf Club, AyrshireGailes Links Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,903 yards
At the heart of the Ayrshire golf coast, Gailes Links is a magnificent links course on the coast between Irvine and Troon. On the coast south of Irvine en route to Troon, the Gailes links course was originally laid out in 1892. Gorse and heather, gently undulating fairways and high-quality greens combine to make this a course suitable for hosting many major championships, as well as the Final Qualifiers for the Open.

 

Loudon Gowf Club, AyrshireLoudon Gowf Club

18 Holes | Par 68 | 6,016 yards
Loudoun Gowf is a fairly flat parkland course, laid out on what was originally the private golf field of the Campbell family of Loudoun Castle, dating from the 16th century [the Gowf Field of Loudoun]. Lying inland, about 5 miles north of Kilmarnock, the course has charming tree-lined fairways and is renowned for the quality of its turf. “Gowf” is the old Scots word for golf.

 

ISLE OF ARRAN GOLF COURSES

The island of Arran is about 12 miles (as the seagull flies) off the Ayrshire coast. Described as being “Scotland in Miniature”, you will find a total of 7 golf courses there, as well as mountains, holiday beaches, a world-renowned creamery and even a castle. Each of these special island Ayrshire golf courses has their own special features and you can by an Arran Golf Pass to play them all at reduced cost. It is reached by regular and frequent car/passenger ferries from Ardrossan.


Brodick Golf Club, Arran, AyrshireBrodick Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 65 | 4,736 yards
Brodick Golf Club is the first golf course you will come to when you come off the ferry at the island’s main town. Adjoining the beach, this municipal course, which dates back to 1897, is a very short and flat parkland/seaside beach course, with mostly par 3s.

 

Isle of Arran Golf Courses

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Brodick Golf Club

Corrie Golf Club

Lamlash Golf Club

Lochranza Golf Club

Machrie Bay Golf Club

Shiskine Golf Club

Whiting Bay Golf Club

 

Isle of Arran Golf Courses

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Brodick Golf Club

Corrie Golf Club

Lamlash Golf Club

Lochranza Golf Club

Machrie Bay Golf Club

Shiskine Golf Club

Whiting Bay Golf Club

 

Corrie Golf Club, Arran, AyrshireCorrie Golf Club

9 Holes | Par 62 | 3,896 yards
On the north-east side of the island and in the shadow of its mighty Goat Fell (2,866 ft), Corrie is one of the two 9-hole courses on Arran. Founded in 1892, this course, though short, offers a hilly moorland challenge with stunning views over the Firth of Clyde to the Ayrshire coast.

 

Lamlash Golf Club, Arran, AyrshireLamlash Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 64 | 4,460 yards
On the hillside above Lamlash village on the east of Arran, this superb 18-hole course overlooks the Firth of Clyde and the Ayrshire coast. Golfers of all abilities will find Lamlash a challenging, ‘must-play’ course during their Ayrshire golf holiday. It has magnificent greens, great fairways and some very long and tricky par 3 and 4 holes.

 

Lochranza Golf Club, Arran, AyrshireLochranza Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 70 | 5,487 yards
On the north end, Lochranza was set up by the villagers in 1898 and is a mainly parkland course through a mountain glen, with four of its fairways crossing the burn that runs down towards the sea loch. Red deer, the increasingly rare native red squirrel and soaring golden eagles are among the wildlife which might join in your round on Lochranza – which lies in a National Scenic Area and protected environmental Site of Importance for Nature Conservation.

 

Machrie Bay Golf Club, Arran, AyrshireMachrie Bay Golf Club

9 Holes | Par 33 | 2,200 yards
This 9 hole course set beside the sea on the west coast of Arran has fantastic views towards the Kintyre Peninsula over Kilbrannan Sound. It is fairly flat, suitable for families and golfers of all abilities and has been much improved in the recent past.

 

Shiskine Golf Club, Arran, AyrshireShiskine Golf Club

12 Holes | Par 42 | 2,990 yards
On the beautiful west coast of the island at Blackwaterfoot, Shiskine Golf & Tennis Club dates back to 1896. At the foot of Drumadoon hill and overlooking the Kintyre Peninsula, this unique 12-hole links course offers scenery and views that you will never forget.

 

Whiting Bay Golf Club, Arran, AyrshireWhiting Bay Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 63 | 4,405 yards
Founded in 1895, this hidden gem of a golf course is set on the hill above the village of Whiting Bay, on the south-east coast of the island. With its spectacular views of Holy Isle and then across the Firth of Clyde towards the Ayrshire coast, this short, but testing course offers a great day for golfers of all abilities.

 

SOUTH AYRSHIRE GOLF COURSES

With Prestwick the home of the first-ever Open Golf Championship and an over-abundance of other world-famous Championship courses, it’s easy to overlook the many and varied golf courses to be found in this area. Whatever type of course you prefer to play and whatever your handicap, we at Golf Ayrshire will be happy to provide.


Annanhill Golf Course, AyrshireAnnanhill Golf Course

18 Holes | Par 71 | 5,954 yards
A municipal parkland course on the outskirts of Kilmarnock, in the grounds of the Annanhill Estate, Annanhill has a mixture of tree-lined and wide fairways, offering both challenging and more forgiving holes.

 

South Ayrshire Golf Courses

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Annanhill Golf Course

Caprington Golf Course

Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Club

Kilmarnock Barassie Hillhouse

Royal Troon Golf Club

Portland Golf Course

Craigend Golf Course

Darley Golf Course

Fullarton Golf Course

Lochgreen Golf Course

Ballochmyle Golf Club

Prestwick Golf Club

Prestwick St Nicholas

Prestwick St Cuthbert

Muirkirk Golf Club

Dalmilling Golf Club

Belleisle Golf Club

Seafield Golf Club

Doon Valley Golf Club

Maybole Golf Club

New Cumnock Golf Club

Turnberry Ailsa Course

Turnberry Kintyre Course

Turnberry Arran Course

Brunston Castle Golf Course

Girvan Golf Club

 

South Ayrshire Golf Courses

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Annanhill Golf Course

Caprington Golf Course

Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Club

Kilmarnock Barassie Hillhouse

Royal Troon Golf Club

Portland Golf Course

Craigend Golf Course

Darley Golf Course

Fullarton Golf Course

Lochgreen Golf Course

Ballochmyle Golf Club

Prestwick Golf Club

Prestwick St Nicholas

Prestwick St Cuthbert

Muirkirk Golf Club

Dalmilling Golf Club

Belleisle Golf Club

Seafield Golf Club

Doon Valley Golf Club

Maybole Golf Club

New Cumnock Golf Club

Turnberry Ailsa Course

Turnberry Kintyre Course

Turnberry Arran Course

Brunston Castle Golf Course

Girvan Golf Club

 

South Ayrshire Golf Courses

Quick Links:

Annanhill Golf Course

Caprington Golf Course

Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Club

Kilmarnock Barassie Hillhouse

Royal Troon Golf Club

Portland Golf Course

Craigend Golf Course

Darley Golf Course

Fullarton Golf Course

Lochgreen Golf Course

Ballochmyle Golf Club

Prestwick Golf Club

Prestwick St Nicholas

Prestwick St Cuthbert

Muirkirk Golf Club

Dalmilling Golf Club

Belleisle Golf Club

Seafield Golf Club

Doon Valley Golf Club

Maybole Golf Club

New Cumnock Golf Club

Turnberry Ailsa Course

Turnberry Kintyre Course

Turnberry Arran Course

Brunston Castle Golf Course

Girvan Golf Club

 

Caprington Golf Course, AyrshireCaprington Golf Course

9 Holes | Par 68 | 5,513 yards
Caprington is a municipal course just south of Kilmarnock, in the grounds of the Caprington Estate. It has some feature holes among its fairly gentle course, which suits both the novice and the more experienced golfer.

 

Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Club, AyrshireKilmarnock Barassie Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 72 | 6,817 yards
2012 is the 125th year of the Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Club, on the outskirts of the seaside town of Troon. Its magnificent 18-hole links course has excellent greens, challenging fairways and is an Open Final Qualifying course, close to Royal Troon, Prestwick and Turnberry.

 

Kilmarnock Barassie - Hillhouse Course, AyrshireKilmarnock Barassie - Hillhouse Course

9 Holes | Par 34 | 2,888 yards
Not simply a 9-hole space-filler at the Barassie Club, this course is often played with the full 18-hole course in a single day. It is half of the original course at the club and is probably one of the more challenging 9-hole courses in the area.

 

Royal Troon Golf Club, AyrshireRoyal Troon Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 71 | 7,097 yards
The fantastic views and a constant sea breeze (sometimes full-blown westerly gales) can make the Old Course one of the toughest challenges for the world’s best golfers. Deep roughs and fairways bordered with gorse and broom all add to the need to keep shots accurate – but this links course is well worth the effort.

 

Portland Golf Course, AyrshirePortland Golf Course

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,289 yards
Slightly shorter and more sheltered than the Old Course, the Portland shares the gorse and broom of its more famous sister at Royal Troon. Although it has several tricky par 3 holes, it also has some more relaxed par 5s.

 

Craigend Golf Course, AyrshireCraigend Golf Course

9 Holes | Par 27 | 1,191 yards
All nine holes on this challenging short course, more suitable for juniors and seniors, are par 3 and have small greens to help juniors and families keep their skills sharp.

 

Darley Golf Course, AyrshireDarley Golf Course

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,321 yards
This is a municipal links course for those who relish a challenge. Originally dating from early in the 20th century, the current course was opened in 1951 and has been rated the 4th-most difficult Scottish course on which to play to your personal handicap. Wind, gorse and heather all abound on this Ayrshire golf course in Troon.

 

Fullarton Golf Course, AyrshireFullarton Golf Course

18 Holes | Par 64 | 4,869 yards
Another of Troon’s municipal courses, this upland links course is shorter than either Darley or Lochgreen, but still has narrow fairways and testing greens.

 

Lochgreen Golf Course, AyrshireLochgreen Golf Course

18 Holes | Par 73 | 6,785 yards
Lochgreen is Troon’s third public course and has several holes which are more parkland-like than the links-type which predominate. Some of the holes are as challenging as those on the Royal Troon courses – no easy municipal course, this one!

 

Ballochmyle Golf Club, AyrshireBallochmyle Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 70 | 5,962 yards
This lovely parkland course is set in the Ayrshire countryside about 10 miles inland from Prestwick and the Ayrshire coast.

 

Prestwick Golf Club, AyrshirePrestwick Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,544 yards
The home of the first-ever Open Championship, Prestwick Golf Club offers a round on a truly classic links course that is steeped in history. With the traditional gorse found on links courses and the railway line running adjacent to early holes and bunkers and sand dunes that would confound the best of golfers, this is a course you’ll never play the same way twice!

 

Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club, AyrshirePrestwick St Nicholas Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 69 | 5,952 yards
A traditional Scottish links course dating from 1892 (the club itself was founded in 1851), the clubhouse at Prestwick St Nicholas sits only a few yards from the shoreline overlooking the Firth of Clyde, with Arran and Ailsa Craig in the distance. A testing course, in part thanks to the constantly changing wind and deep bunkers, Prestwick St Nicholas has hosted Scotland/England Boys Internationals, Linksland Series Championships for Scottish Young Professionals among others.

 

Prestwick St Cuthbert Golf Club, AyrshirePrestwick St Cuthbert Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,470 yards
Prestwick St Cuthbert is a parkland course with nine dogleg holes, green approaches that incorporate devilish upward slopes or are two-tiered – all cleverly designed to make this course a real test of all your golfing skills and shots.

 

Muirkirk Golf Club, AyrshireMuirkirk Golf Club

9 Holes | Par 34 | 2,690 yards
Enjoy the magnificent scenery and dramatic views of the hills while playing Muirkirk’s challenging 9-hole moorland course. Set in the East Ayrshire countryside, within easy reach of Kilmarnock, Prestwick, Troon and Ayr, Muirkirk Golf Club is a pleasure to visit if you want a break from the sea, sand and wind of the links courses.

 

Dalmilling Golf Club, AyrshireDalmilling Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 69 | 5,686 yards
Dalmilling is a municipal course set on gentle, sloping but open parkland between Ayr Racecourse and the A77 road that cuts through the Burns’ and Ayrshire golf countryside from Glasgow. With the river Ayr at its southern end, water plays a large part in many holes on this modern (opened 1961) course, the 6th being virtually an island.

 

Belleisle Golf Club, AyrshireBelleisle Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 71 | 6,446 yards
One of two municipal courses laid out in the magnificent grounds of Ayr’s Belleisle Estate, Belleisle is a classic parkland course, with long fairways lined by mature beech trees and interrupted by the Curtecan Burn which runs through the estate. One of the few public courses which hosts professional tournaments, Belleisle has been a true test for golfers since 1927.

 

Seafield Golf Club, AyrshireSeafield Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 68 | 5,426 yards
Seafield is also in the Belleisle estate, but this course combines links and parkland holes, with stunning views across the Firth of Clyde. It has some surprisingly challenging greens and very cunningly-placed bunkers, offering an attractive and testing game for golfers of all abilities.

 

Doon Valley Golf Club, AyrshireDoon Valley Golf Club

9 Holes | Par 70 | 5,886 yards
This undulating 9-hole parkland course rolls across the hillside of the Doon Valley and offers spectacular views of the surrounding Ayrshire countryside. Although only a small course, it has well-maintained greens, lush fairways and natural hazards that make this a challenging little gem.

 

Maybole Golf Club, AyrshireMaybole Golf Club

9 Holes | Par 66 | 5,062 yards
Maybole is a rather hilly municipal 9-hole course which has wonderful views over the Carrick Hills of south Ayrshire in the heart of Burns’ country. Well-protected greens, needing controlled shot-making, await you from the undulating fairways. This is a great little course to get you in shape for playing longer and more challenging ones.

 

New Cumnock Golf Club, AyrshireNew Cumnock Golf Club

9 Holes | Par 65 | 3,175 yards
In the countryside, about 20 miles inland from the coast, New Cumnock was designed in 1901 and remains a beautiful parkland course, overlooking a loch. A pleasant and testing round of golf in gentle surroundings awaits visitors prepared to venture away from the coast.

 

Turnberry Ailsa Course, AyrshireTurnberry Ailsa Course

18 Holes | Par 70 | 7,211 yards
Probably the most recognisable Ayrshire golf links course in the world, the Ailsa course at Turnberry has hosted several Open Championships. Craggy rocks, sandy hillocks, sea-edge ridges, some narrow fairways and drives over the bay all combine to provide the particular challenges of the Ailsa that have helped to provide many memorable occasions during Open golf history.

 

Turnberry Kintyre Course, AyrshireTurnberry Kintyre Course

18 Holes | Par 72 | 6,853 yards
Rising and falling like the sea beside it, the Final Qualifying Championship Kintyre course offers as many challenges as Ailsa, its more famous sister at Turnberry. With blind shots apparently into the sea, or accurate shots down into rocky hollows, the wind just adds to the trials and tribulations of this exhilarating course.

 

Turnberry Arran Course, AyrshireTurnberry Arran Course

9 Holes | Par 31
Designed for use in links training, this 9-hole, par 31 course at Turnberry includes tight tee shots, thick typically Scottish rough, pot bunkers and greens that are far from flat and forgiving! With the famous Turnberry Lighthouse in the background, the Arran provides a fitting practice introduction to Scottish links golf at its best.

 

Brunston Castle Golf Course, AyrshireBrunston Castle Golf Course

18 Holes | Par 72 | 6,662 yards
This championship-length, testing parkland course lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty, overlooked by the Carrick hills in the sheltered valley of the River Girvan on the Bargany Estate. The course makes best use of nature’s contours, producing a gently undulating course and some high greens with great putting surfaces.

 

Girvan Golf Club, AyrshireGirvan Golf Club

18 Holes | Par 64 | 5,064 yards
Girvan is a truly mixed links and parkland municipal course, with the first 8 holes running alongside the beach and the remaining 10 being parkland, through which the Water of Girvan meanders on its way to the Firth of Clyde. Originally laid out in 1902 and little changed since then, this charming course offers great views of Ailsa Craig.

 

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