Turnberry & Royal Troon

Ayrshire Golf Breaks

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Ayrshire is home to the world-famous Open Championship courses of Turnberry and Royal Troon situated just a one hours drive from Glasgow Airport and Prestwick Airport. Other great courses in the area include – Old Prestwick, Prestwick St Nicholas, Western Gailes, Glasgow Gailes, Troon Portland, Kilmarnock Barassie and Dundonald.

Scotland’s South-West Coast Courses

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Turnberry Resort

A wide range of value for money accommodation is available. At GolfnScotland we endeavour to personalise your tour according to your specific requirements, whether you’re looking to stay in an intimate 3-star Bed and Breakfast or a 5-star luxury resort.

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Royal Troon

Troon became Royal Troon after its centenary in 1978. Royal Troon is well established as host of the Open Championship which was last hosted in 2016.  Royal Troon has many famous holes none more so than its 11th presenting a sea of gorse, heather and rough with the railway line running perilously alongside the fairway constantly reminding you of the out of bounds. Then there is, of course, the short 8th hole or more famously known as the postage stamp.  After your round visitors are welcome in Royal Troon’s delightful Old Clubhouse. learn more

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Turnberry’s legendary links is not a challenge for the fainthearted. The Ailsa course straddles the rocky Ayrshire coastline while weaving between the large dunes. Turnberry has many spectacular golf holes none more so than it’s signature hole the 9th. The championship tee, set out high up on a rocky peninsula, is unnerving with a 200 yard carry to the safety of the stone cairn at the start of the fairway. Turnberry has recently opened the Colin Montgomerie links golf academy and Donald Steel has redesigned the Arran course which is now the Kintyre course. learn more