|annanhill golf course|
The 18 holes is a pleasant test of golf with its tree lined fairways providing a challenging test, whilst its wide fairways offer some room for error.
|Tel: 01563 521512||Click here for more details|
|ballochmyLe golf course|
Ballochmyle is an inland Golf Course situated some 10-12 miles from the Ayrshire coast which boasts some of the most famous golfing links in the world, Royal Troon, Old Prestwick and Turnberry. Whilst Ballochmyle will never attain the world wide appeal of these courses, it offers members and visitors a pleasant round of golf set in beautiful surroundings in the very heart of Burns country.
|Tel: 01290 550469||Click here for more details|
|caprington golf course|
Caprington Golf course is a public course situated on the outskirts of Kilmarnock on the south side of the town, not very far from the A77. The course is a par 68 parklands course situated in the grounds of the Caprington estate.
The course provides the golfer with an enjoyable experience and whilst not being the most difficult to play it is well worth visiting as it has some excellent feature holes.
|Tel: 01563 521915||Click here for more details|
|doon valley golf course|
With lush fairways and well-kept greens this course is a challenging one for golfers. Visitors are often amazed by its spectacular vistas, with breathtaking views down over the "Banks and Braes o' Bonnie Doon" and across the valley to the hillside forest. Doon Valley Golf Course is in Patna which lies south east of Ayr on the A713 to Castle Douglas just north of Dalmellington between the villages of Polnessan and Waterside at the junction with the road to Kirkmichael.
|Tel: 01292 531607||Click here for more details|
As the first ever round of The Open Golf Championship was played at Prestwick, Ayrshire over 150 years ago, who would have thought that it would still stand today as one of the leading events in the world's sporting calendar.
The competition may have changed over the years but golf continues to grow in popularity and The Open, as it is now known, continues to return to Ayrshire, the home of Open Golf.
Indeed Ayrshire, often referred to as Scotland's Golf Coast is steeped in golf tradition with many of its clubs and courses having their own significant place in history.