The New Links of Ayrshire
Three of Scotland’s most prestigious venues have combined forces to create the New Links of Ayrshire, the only package that includes guaranteed times on three of Ayrshire’s finest links courses.
Enjoy a two night stay in the exquisite surroundings of Trump Turnberry’s opulent hotel and play all three courses. The Turnberry hotel is an iconic andrevered destination, a landmark in Ayrshire and in world golf for over 110 years. With a long and illustrious history, it first opened its doors in 1906.
Over the last century, Turnberry has hosted a range of prestigious golf tournaments including Open Championships, Senior Open Championships, Amateur Championships and, most recently, the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
Play and stay prices start from £749.00 for a single and £999.00 for a double occupancy, including two nights bed and breakfast in a villa bedroom, dinner in The Duel in the Sun on one evening and rounds on the magnificent King Robert the Bruce (Turnberry), The Portland (Royal Troon) and Dundonald courses.
Golf only packages for a round on all three courses start from £299.00 per person.
Tee times only available on a Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday
To reserve, please call 01655 333 991 or email email@example.com
The outstanding new King Robert the Bruce course at Trump Turnberry.
This stunning new course, created by Martin Ebert, the architect responsible for the reborn Ailsa, is named after the famous victor at Bannockburn in 1314 who was born in Turnberry Castle, the ruins of which lie beneath the iconic lighthouse.
The new course presents, in its opening and closing holes, as great a challenge as its sister Ailsa course, but it is the breath- for holiday golftaking vistas from the 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th hill-top holes, with spectacular views of Turnberry’s stunning coastline, castle ruins and the lighthouse that will live forever in the memory. With 18 holes of magnificent golf, the introduction of King Robert the Bruce reinforces Trump Turnberry’s reputation as one of the world’s premier resorts.
Royal Troon Portland; the hidden gem.
The Portland Course at Royal Troon, although a little shorter than its illustrious neighbour, is beautifully manicured to provide a true links challenge for any calibre of golfer.
Originally designed by Troon professional Willie Fernie, winner of the Open Championship in 1883, the New Relief Course at Royal Troon (renamed Portland in 1924) was opened in 1895 and subsequently redesigned by Dr Alister MacKenzie in the early 1920s. With a generous helping of Par 3s and Par 5s which meander through terrain filled with gorse and broom,the Portland Course is a fantastic round of golf.
Dundonald Links; a great championship course
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 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 allows this golfing experience all year round.