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Dundonald Links has quickly become recognised as one of Europe’s “must play” links courses. Designed by Kyle Phillips, the course has played host to prequalifying for The European Tour and qualifying for the Senior British Open Championship. Visitors are most welcome and with good weekend availability, the course provides the perfect 18 holes to add to your Ayrshire golf itinerary. The service is ...
Gailes Links is hosting the 2010 Scottish Open Amateur Stroke play Championship and the 2012 Home Internationals, and co hosting in 2012 The Amateur Championship. Glasgow Gailes Links is owned and managed by Glasgow Golf Club, the 9th oldest golf Club in the world. Visitors are welcome to share the golfing traditions and excellent facilities enjoyed by the members. Gailes lies on a marvellous stre ...
An Open Championship Final Qualifier and with good reason. Situated between the town or Irvine, a racecourse and the River Irvine, a traditional links with all the variety and difficulty you would associate with a top championship course. Rolling bumps and valleys of the fairways are flanked by gorse and heather, requiring accuracy off the tee, and the ability to put it in the ‘right spot’ on appr ...
Another of Scotland’s hidden gems, at just under 7,000 yards. A final qualifying venue for the Open Championship and co-host to the British Amateur Championship in 2001, Kilmarnock Barassie has significant pedigree and provides a real treat for the golf enthusiast. A fine example of Scottish links with large undulating greens, doglegs, gorse and bunkers that have the potential to seriously wreck y ...
The 18-hole golf course was stretched by Old Tom Morris to meet golfing standards but the traditional essence of the old course still remains with many of the original greens still in play. Natural obstacles make for a testing game of golf, including The River Pow, which flows freely through the course. A putting green and driving range are available for guests to practice their techniques in prep ...
This links courses was founded in 1851 and when Henry Cotton played the course during the 1930’s, he commented that ‘I would not be far wrong if I described the course as a miniature championship course’, He was right, and until recent times, the course was used as a qualifying venue for the Open Championship.
Eight times European No 1 golfer and 2010 Ryder Cup Captain Colin Montgomerie has chosen one of the finest locations in the heart of picturesque Ayrshire to design his first course in the British Isles. Set in 600 acres of one of Scotland’s most glorious country estates, Rowallan boasts two of the finest castles in the land. Generations have been enchanted by the 13th century castle, birthplace of ...
One of the greatest Links courses to be found anywhere in Scotland. This Open Championship venue has deep rough interspersed with gorse and broom, providing a stern test of any golfer's ability, meaning that accurate shot making is essential to a good score. It is said that players should make their scores on the outward nine, as the prevailing north-westerly wind can make the back nine extremely ...
Although a links course, the Portland is a little more sheltered than Royal Troon Old Course and, of course, shorter. The holes meander through terrain filled with gorse and broom and has a generous helping of Par 3’s, five in all. This is tempered however, with four Par 5’s, all of which are on the back nine.
It was the Ailsa where the famous duel between Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson took place, in the 1977 Open. It was then, in brilliant sunny weather, that a capacity crowd was treated to an exhilarating display of golf from two of the best golfers in the world. Turnberry Ailsa is regularly rated in the top three of Britain's best coures, so it was no surprise when it was selected as the venue for Ope ...
The Kintyre provides a genuinely breathtaking challenge and though it lacks the Ailsa's Open History and pedigree, it has taken on a new lease of life since Donald Steel's comprehensive re-design a decade ago. Indeed, four years later it was considered good enough to be a qualifying venue for the 2004 Open at Troon. Building on the challenges laid down by the famous Ailsa course, the Kintyre is Li ...
Formed in 1897, the Club has hosted a number of prestigious tournaments, including the Scottish Amateur Championship, the 1972 Curtis Cup, the 1964 PGA Championship, and in 2007 was host to the European Men's Amateur Team Championship. The course is used for final qualifying when the Open is played at Turnberry or Royal Troon, and also as a final qualifying venue for the Seniors Open. This natural ...
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