A SPECIAL golfing experience awaits close to the sands of Stravannan Bay on the west coast of the beautiful Isle of Bute. Here you will find a hidden gem. Bute Golf Club's unique nine-hole Kingarthcourse which provides an opportunity to sample the very origins of the game. Golf has been played here for more than 120 years, making it the oldest course on the island.
Founded in 1892, Rothesay Golf Club was moved, extended and relaid out by James Braid in 1908, with a first tee only ¾ of a mile from Rothesay pier. Over the course of the 20th century mostfamous golfers played and enthused about the course. The course circles around Canada Hill which at about 400ft gives spectacular views of the Firth of Clude, the Cowal Hills, Lochs Ridden and Striven, the Mull of Kintyre, the isle of Arran and the Ayrshire Hills.
Innellan Golf Club is a nine hole course located above Innellan village and can offer some panoramic views over the Firth of Clyde. Many visitors to our course comment that the green fee was wellworth the views alone. The course was established in 1891 and has undergone a few changes since that time to develop into the par 64 layout that is used today. Amongst the golfing challenges that our course presents the signature hole must be the par 4 sixth.
Skelmorlie Golf Club is a long established 18 hole private golf course situated on the gentle slopes overlooking the villages of Skelmorlie & Wemyss Bay on the West Coast of Scotland. Only 40 minsfrom Glasgow & enjoying an unusually temperate climate which providing there is no frost, allows main greens to be used throughout the winter months. Every year Hundreds of visitors are made most welcome at Skelmorlie Golf Club. A short but tricky course where good positional play will do well.
Welcome to the web site of Ardeer Golf Club, one of Ayrshire's oldest clubs. The site provides a variety of information regarding our course, competitions and extensive facilities for club members andvisitors alike. The tree-lined course benefits from views of the Firth of Clyde so golfers can enjoy the scenery as well as a challenging round on our deceptively demanding golf course. The first stop for visitors should be our course guide for more information and images of the course.
Set in a seaside location, the neighbouring Gulf Stream ensures year round links golf, whilst the romantic peaks of Arran present a stunning backdrop to the landscape. It was over the links land ofScotland that the game of golf was born and still today the true links experience is unparalleled the world over. The Irvine Golf Club established 1887, is a fine example and is regularly used by the R&A as a Final Open Qualifying Course.
The Greenock Golf Club was founded in 1890 and is located in a commanding position high above the town. In 1924 that busiest of all Golf Course Architects, former open champion James Braid was invitedto advise on reconstruction. Leased farmlands were duly purchased and an eighteen and a nine hole course were built, being completed in 1927.
Situated in the heart of Ayrshire, Gailes Golf:Leisure is an outstanding sport and leisure complex offering a wide range of gym, spa and beauty options for all the family. State-of-the-art gym,comprehensive class timetable, fitness assessments, sauna, spa and Jacuzzi plus hair and beauty treatments available. We provide lessons with our PGA professionals, floodlit driving range plus a nine-hole course and short course. The popular American Golf retail store is on site too.
Its coastal setting and fabulous condition makes it ideal for summer and winter golf in Scotland. The warm welcome we receive and the pristine condition of the course combine to make our annual visitsto Dundonald Links for the Qualifying School a memorable experience.
Founded in 1973, Troon Welbeck Golf Club is a private members club playing Lochgreen, Darley and Fullarton golf courses. The clubhouse has great views over the 3 courses, allowing you to watch playersstarting and completing their rounds. Troon Welbeck welcomes new members in all sections of the club.