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A delightful parkland course and playing here, you are aware that you are in the heart of "Burns Country", where the famous poet Robert Burns was born and raised.

First opened in 1960, Dalmilling is set between Ayr’s famous Racecourse and the A77. This honest, open course opened as a 9 hole course to ease demand on the town’s other courses Belleisle and Seafield. Originally used for agricultural purposes the course was extended to an 18 hole course in 1966 and then further altered in the 1980s to the course we have today. Set in a gentle rolling landscape and adjacent to the River Ayr, where some of its tributary burns add interest to the early holes. Including the sixth, a 135 yard par three is virtually surrounded by water!

At only 5,686 yards long and a Par 69, rounds here will rarely take longer than three and a half hours.

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