Trump Turnberry Resort Golf Course
Yardage: The Ailsa Course 7217 yds, The King Robert the Bruce Course 6921 yds, The Arran is an academy course.
Coursetype: Three traditional Scottish Links Golf Courses, The Ailsa Course a demanding and panoramic championship course.
The King Robert the Bruce Course is links at its best.
The Arran Academy Course testing 9 hole links to whet the appetite.
Number Of Holes: The Ailsa and King Robert the Bruce are 18 holes, The Arran Course 9 holes.
Par: The Ailsa Course 70, The King Robert The Bruce Course 72
King Robert the Bruce
Arran Course 2×9 Holes
Bar/Restaurant: Fine dining and stunning views of the famous granite rock that is Ailsa Craig from The Duel in the Sun restaurant
Drinks/Snacks: Bar snacks and sandwiches are available all day
Changing Facilities: The Ladies and Gents locker rooms provide changing facilities for the visitor
Shower Facilities: Showers available for visitors use
Scorecard and layout
Trump Turnberry Golf Club Scorecard and Course layout. Click or Tap Image to see full size
Pro-Shop: Trump Turnberry Professional Shop is an impressive 3,600 square feet and stocks the latest in golfing apparel. Choose from branded merchandise from names such as Polo Ralph Lauren, Galvin Green and more.latest leading brands in golf clubs and golf equipment
Golf Club Hire: Golf Clubs available to hire, Caddies can be hired but best to pre book. Shoes are also available to hire
Buggy Hire: Buggies available to hire for King Robert the Bruce course only, no buggies on the Ailsa
Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys available to hire
Practice Area: The Colin Montgomerie Links Academy provide state of the art practice facilities
Putting Practice: Large practice putting green available
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In their Words…….
Imagine rolling hills, sandy dunes, a stiff breeze blowing off the Ayrshire coast. Before designer courses, before manicured greens and major championships, these lands inspired local Scots to play the game of golf.
Beloved since its first formal course was built in 1901, Turnberry’s fairways have been shared by the game’s elite and casual enthusiasts from around the globe. Even the conversion of its links to runways during two world wars could not diminish the desire to play here, a place made for golf, where countless competitions have been waged that shall never be forgotten.
The Ailsa, named after the third Marquess of Ailsa, who owned the land on which it was built, this par-70, 7,211-yard championship course is one of golf’s storied places. Home to four Open Championships, Ailsa has shaped some of the most remarkable moments in the tournament’s history.
The King Robert the Bruce Course, is another exhilarating championship course. Noted English architect Donald Steel has revised the old Arran course, originally constructed in 1909, into a 6,921-yard course that incorporates a set of turbulent swells in elevation. The Kintyre With characteristic undulating greens, tight tee shots, pot bunkers and thick, Scottish rough.
The Arran, a 9-hole par-31 course named after the largest island in the Firth of Clyde-is a fitting introduction to the challenge of links golf. With the same difficult elements as Ailsa and Kintyre, Arran was designed to acquaint golfers with the typical challenges of links golf.
The historic clubhouse, home to four Open Championships, has been lavishly refurbished in its design and decoration, creating an unrivalled destination for golfers and visitors. The renovation has created a richly decorated, well-appointed clubhouse featuring the highest of specifications. Every inch has been improved, including the locker rooms which have been reconfigured to include more lockers without comprising on space and furnished in mahogany and gold.
The Duel in the Sun restaurant, named in honour of the legendary play-off between Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus in the 1977 Open Championship. which commands exceptional views over the golf course, has been redesigned with a new food concept using a steak and lobster theme.Trump Turnberry Golf Resort