Ayrshire & Arran

  • The venue for the first-ever Open Championship back in 1860. Prestwick Golf Club holds a special place in the golfing history books, having been the venue for the first-ever Open Championship back in 1860. .
    • 18
    • 6,544yds
    • 71
    • 73
  • A gem in the world renowned golfing town of Prestwick. St Cuthbert Golf Club is a gem in the world renowned golfing town of Prestwick on the famous and historic Ayrshire coast.
    • 18
    • 6,159yds
    • 70
    • 70
  • A miniature championship course. St Nicholas Golf Club is a traditional Scottish links golf course established in 1851and now occupying a prime position on the shores of the Ayrshire coast.
    • 18
    • 6,044yds
    • 69
    • 69
  • KA Leisure.
    • 18
    • 67yds
    • 67
    • 68
  • Routenburn Golf Course, opened 1914, is a fantastic example of a James Braid designed golf course.
    • 18
    • 5,604yds
    • 68
    • 67.9
  • Now in its twelfth full season of play and fast gaining a global reputation as a golfing masterpiece
    • 18
    • 7,000yds
    • 72
    • 72
  • This is majestic links land with the back nine holes as demanding as any in championship golf. Royal Troon lies at the southern end of that beautiful stretch of Ayrshire coastline where golf was played long before the Troon Golf Club was founded in 1878.
    • 18
    • 6,641yds
    • 71
    • 73
  • Shiskine Golf & TennisÊClub was founded in 1896 and is located in the village of Blackwaterfoot, on the beautiful west coast of the Isle of Arran.ÊStunning scenery, a warm welcome and a fabulous 12 hole links course that will take your breath away.
    • 12
    • 2,990yds
    • 42
    • 42
  • Skelmorlie Golf Club is a long established 18 hole private golf course situated on the gentle slopes overlooking the villages of Skelmorlie & Wemyss Bay on the West Coast of Scotland. A short but tricky course where good positional play will do well.
    • 18
    • 5,030yds
    • 65
    • 65
  • The Ailsa Named after the third Marquess of Ailsa, who owned the land on which it was built, this par-70, 7,211-yard championship course is one of golf’s storied places. .
    • 18
    • 7,211yds
    • 70
    • 72
  • Willie Campbell first designed The Machrie in 1891. At the time he was said to have proclaimed that it was the finest ground for a golf course that he had ever had the pleasure of viewing.
    • 18
    • 6,500yds
    • 70
    • 70
  • At a little over 6300yds, Darley is not as long as Lochgreen but if you score well here, you have played very well indeed.
    • 18
    • 6,301yds
    • 72
    • 72

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