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On the rugged west coast of Scotland, an icon has been reborn. The legendary Turnberry hotel and its famous links courses reopened in June 2016.
The Kintyre course was fairly recently upgraded and is now even better than before. In recent years it staged a final qualifying round for the Open at Royal Troon.
One of the great links courses in world golf, the Old Course is a challenging test of golfing ability.
Royal Troon's second golf course, opened in 1895, is shorter and friendlier than the Championship course.
Old Prestwick famously is the true birthplace of Open Golf and held the first ever Open Championships dating back from 1860 - 1872.
Western Gailes is an excellent test of true links golf and is top of the list for any visitor looking to add one of the worlds top links golf courses to their portfolio.
Opened in 2003, Kyle Phillips designed a modern day classic links which has the feel of a course 100 years older and offers challenges and enjoyment in equal measure.
The West Kilbride Golf Club is located along North Ayrshire coast, with spectacular views across the Firth of Clyde and out over Isle of Arran.
Scotland's only final Open qualifying course until 2017, Gailes occupies a marvellous stretch of links land between Troon and Irvine on the Ayrshire coast.
Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Club is located on the outskirts of Troon on Scotland's West Coast.
A warm welcome awaits you at Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club, a traditional Scottish links golf course established in 1851.
It was over the links land of Scotland that the game of golf was born and still today the true links experience is unparalleled the world over.
St. Cuthberts is Prestwick's only parkland golf course and is of a very high standard with lovely manicured greens and well kept fairways with lush surroundings.
Established in 1891, Largs Kelburn Golf Club is situated to the south of Largs, North Ayrshire.