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The golf courses in Ayrshire & the South West of Scotland are in a league of their own with close to 50 golf courses including 3 Open Championship venues - Prestwick, Royal Troon & Turnberry. You will also find ample choice between links and parkland courses in the region.
Each Ayrshire & the South West of Scotland’s golf courses has its own tale - the Ailsa course at Turnberry was where Tom Watson won against Jack Nicklaus in the 1977 Open tournament; the Royal Troon Golf Club is one of Scotland’s greatest links courses, featuring the longest and shortest holes in the Open; the Prestwick Golf Club was where the Open was born and the Dundonald Links is a big name in modern Scottish golf courses.
Contact Golftripz to book tee times at Ayrshire & the South West’s golf courses.
One of the big modern names in Scottish Links, there is an air of expectancy from the fabulous Dundonald Links golf course.
The course is beautifully kept and provides quirky tests of shot making all along, making for a glorious day out.
Royal Troon features the longest and shortest holes in the Open Championships.
The Ailsa course at Turnberry first hosted the Open in 1977, when Tom Watson played out of his skin to beat Nicklaus.
Just a small msg to thank you for all your effort and attention .. all said and done, we had a great time. We do appreciate your going the extra step to make things better... andwill, of course, be back to Golftripz for more holidays!
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