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Golf Breaks. Belleisle Golf Course. This parkland course
is considered by many as one of the finest public courses in
Scotland. Host to some top Scottish and European competitions,
the long fairways are flanked by hundreds of tall beach trees
and crossed by a winding burn. With only two par 4's under 400
yards and one of the hardest par 3's in Ayrshire, it is a real
golfing challenge. 18 holes. Par 72. 6,477 yds. Parkland.
Castle Golf Breaks. Brunston Castle Golf Course is a 6700
yard parkland course designed by Donald Steel. Set in an area
of outstanding natural beauty, the course is split by the Water
of Girvan and lined with mature trees. The superb clubhouse,
which commands spectacular views over the course, has full dining
and bar facilities and there is also a floodlit, covered driving
range on-site. 18 holes. Par 72. 6,800 yds. Parkland.
Golf Breaks. Darley Golf Course. If you like a challenge,
this course is the one for you! Of the links variety, it abounds
with the renowned Scottish hazards of heather, gorse and whin
and though not as long as Lochgreen, it's a tough test of golf,
demanding the straightest of tee shots. 18 holes. Par 71. 6,360
yds. Links. Ayrshire
Bogside Golf Breaks. Irvine Bogside - With heavy gorse and
heather spread around the course some say this is the trickiest
of the Open Championship Qualifiers in the area. Although slightly
shorter than the others there are deep bunkers and numerous
blind shots, so you'll need to be on top of your game. 18 holes.
Par 71. 6,408 yds. Links. Ayrshire Golf Breaks.
Golf Breaks. Lochgreen Golf Course - One of three municipal
courses in a single setting in Troon. Lochgreen favours the
long hitters. It has been used several times as a qualifying
course for the Open Championship and has several testing holes
which are reminiscent of Royal Troon. 18 holes. Par 73. 6,822
yds. Links. Ayrshire Golf Breaks.
Golf Breaks. Kilmarnock, Barassie Golf Course - Just two
miles north of Troon, this links course is an Open Championship
Qualifying venue with some of the best maintained greens in
Scotland. Established in 1887 it is now a 27 hole set-up with
nine relatively new holes as part of the championship course,
giving it a different dimension. The course is tough, but is
typically what Scottish Links golf is about - large sloping
greens, deep bunkers and doglegs. Hosted the British Amateur
Championships in June 2001. 18 holes. Par 72. 6,817 yds. Links.
Ayrshire Golf Breaks.
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