The River Clyde and the Kilpatrick Hills offer a stunning backdrop to The Earl of Mar Course. Designed by renowned golf course architect Dave Thomas, who is best known for his work at The Belfry in England, this Championship course promises players a five-star golf experience.
Located on the banks of Loch Lomond, The Carrick was designed by acclaimed golf course designer Doug Carrick. The 71-par course is set against breath-taking scenery and the course crosses the boundaries between the Scottish lowlands and highlands.
The Birthplace of The Open Championship and one of the oldest golf clubs in the world, Prestwick Golf Club is one of the most unique and testing courses in the country. Situated half an hour from Glasgow on Ayrshire's famous golfing coast it’s a must play, but remember to keep out of The Cardinal and Sahara bunkers!
New kid on the bock offers Classic Links challenge
Distance from Glasgow City Centre: 25 miles
Dundonald is a modern day classic championship links, with a coastal setting and fabulous conditions that make it ideal for both summer and winter golf. It has become recognised as one of the finest courses in Scotland since its opening in 2003 and provides both a challenge and enjoyment in equal measures.
The Old Course at Royal Troon is one of the greatest links courses in the world, it is also said to be one of the most challenging. Host to the Open Championship in 2016. You must make your score on the front nine as coming home is one of the toughest in Golf.
Trump Turnberry has enjoyed its position as an Open Championship course four times over with the course offers breath-taking views of The Clyde Coastline. Undoubtedly one of the most treasured links courses in the world.
Host venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup and one of best golf resorts in the world
Distance from Glasgow City Centre: 50 miles
Gleneagles is home to three Championship golf courses, all of which are world-renowned. The PGA Centenary Course was created by Jack Nicklaus and was the Host Venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup. The King's Course is almost 100 years old and was designed to challenge even the most accomplished of players while The Queen's Course inspires with its beautiful setting.
Haggs Castle is almost bang in the heart of Scotland’s largest city. A lush parkland course with tree-lined fairways, Haggs is of a standard that was considered good enough to host the first of the Scottish Opens in 1986.
Birthplace of The Open
Whatever the golf experience you aim to find, the West Coast of Scotland has it all. Ayrshire Golf Scotland can introduce you to golf played amongst the rolling green hills of Ayrshire, on the unique Isle of Arran or along its famous links golf coastline, including three internationally renowned Open Championship courses.
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