Golf in Ayrshire offers stunning scenery alongside majestic links courses. Suitable for all levels of players, Ayrshire provides some of the most unforgettable golfing experiences through Golf Travel Centre. With so many of Scotland’s finest courses, you will be spoilt for choice when choosing a golf break in Ayrshire. Turnberry offers breathtaking views as one of the most scenic Open Championship courses while Dundonald Links has been hailed as one of the best new courses in the world. Excellent transport links from being so close to Glasgow make Ayrshire golf tours a superb getaway. Whether you are a keen amateur or a seasoned professional, Golf Travel Centre offers an enticing range of the best golf breaks in Ayrshire. From a day’s golfing to
You’ll find Ayrshire in South West Scotland, on the picturesque shores of Firth of Clyde. This stunning coastal county is best known for its isle of Arran, Ayrm Brodick and Galloway Forest Park, with millions of tourists flocking here every year and it’s easy to see why. Ayrshire is home to historic castles, beautiful beaches, gardens, wildlife and fantastic golf courses.
Situated in Scotland, the home of golf, Ayrshire boasts some of the world’s most amazing golf courses and resorts.
At Golf Travel Centre, we offer a wide range of golf breaks in Ayrshire so whatever you’re looking for, whether is family-friendly fun, a romantic couples retreat or a group weekend away, we have something to tick all your boxes.
Looking for luxury? The Trump Turnberry has earned its place as the no.1 golf resort in the UK, featuring one of the world's top 20 golf courses too. The King Robert The Bruce Course and the Ailsa Course are sure to bring a challenge and make for an enjoyable game. You’ll also experience Edwardian grandeur, coastal settings, sea views, exquisite dining and a lavish wellness centre and spa.
The best time of year to head to Ayrshire for a golfing break is during the spring and summer months when the weather is warmer and the sun is shining. You can enjoy long days on the green, close to the scottish seaside.
However, be prepared as no matter what time of year, Scottish weather can be unpredictable. That means coats and brollies!
The quickest way to travel to Ayrshire is by plane. Catch a flight to Glasgow and travel from there. Or you can easily take the train with daily routes to Ayrshire running year-round from all over the country.
Another option is to take the car to Ayrshire which means you can bring all your own golfing equipment and explore more of the area once you arrive.
The Earl of Mar Course is located in Renfrewshire, just North of Ayrshire near Glasgow. This 18-hole championship course offers breathtaking views of the River Clyde and Kilpatrick Hills, and was craftily designed by Dave Thomas, a highly renowned golf course architect, most famous for his work at The Belfry. This course may be quite new in the world of golf but certainly still earns a place on your golf bucket list.
Earl of Mar Course- Renfrewshire
King Robert The Bruce Course- South Ayrshire
Ailsa Course- South Ayrshire
Westerwood Golf Club Course- North Lanarkshire
Belleisle Golf Course- Ayr
Gailes Links Golf Course- Irvine
Dundonald Links- Troon
Caprington Golf Club- Kilmarnock
Beith Golf Club- Beith