Here for the golf?
South Ayrshire is often referred to as Scotland’s golf coast. This stunning coastline boasts the inaugural home of The Open Championship, two out of five current Scottish Open venues and a range of public courses each boasting their own unique character.
Alongside their illustrious neighbours Royal Troon, Turnberry and Prestwick, Golf South Ayrshire operates eight superb courses of the highest standard, these are available to pay and play at a modest rate. This website provides full details of all Golf South Ayrshire courses and contact details for all other courses.
Add to your trip our breathtaking scenery, fascinating history, fine food and drink and bustling market towns and you’ll know that for golf there’s no place like home …
Imagine rolling hills, sandy dunes, a stiff breeze blowing off the Ayrshire coast. Before designer courses, before manicured greens and major championships, …
Choice of two 18 hole, links courses or a 9 hole, short course. Includes a hole by hole guide and information for visitors.
Situated within the Belleisle Estate with spectacular views over Arran, the course was founded in 1927 and is the work of James Braid.
Darley is a true links as in the wildcat variety. It has feline ferocity and abounds with the renowned Scottish hazards of heather, gorse and whin
Prestwick Golf Club
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.
Situated in the heart of Ayrshire, North Gailes offers outstanding leisure and relaxation facilities to both members and visitors alike
Seafield Golf Club
Seafield offers a classic combination of links and parkland that will test the skills and talents of even the most experienced golfer.
In February 2003, Loch Lomond Golf Club acquired a new links course near Troon in Ayrshire.