Dundonald Links is situated in Ayrshire on the West Coast of Scotland, a stretch of golfing terrain unrivalled in the world. This Kyle Phillips’ designed links has hosted the prestigious Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open and Ladies Scottish Open in 2017, the first course to host both the gents and ladies’ tournaments back to back and is now recognised as one of Golf’s “must play” courses. The generous fairways and undulating greens partnered with a wide choice of teeing options offers a challenging and enjoyable test of golf to players of all abilities. Its coastal location and links conditions allow a magnificent golfing experience all year round.
Founded in 1887 Irvine is a course that can rightly claim to be one of Scotland’s hidden gems. The course has an excellent mix of holes, offering a traditional links experience and owing much of its present day character to the great James Braid, the architect of many fine golf courses throughout the UK. Set in a seaside location at Bogside, albeit mostly on higher ground there are a variety of holes at Irvine that will ensure a memorable round. The sandy fairways are mainly divided by gorse and heather; this frames each hole beautifully but also draws out the excellent bunkering on many of the holes.
Barassie Links, located on the outskirts of Troon on Scotland’s South West Coast, has twenty seven holes with which to test the golfer, complemented by first-rate facilities in the clubhouse. Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club offers everything golfers would expect from a Scottish seaside golf course, challenging fairways and greens as well as a friendly, welcoming membership. The Club, which has an extensive history, has been offering golfers a magnificent links golf challenge in Ayrshire since the 1800s. We are sure you’ll find Barassie to be a great day out and look forward to welcoming you to the challenges of links golf.