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Ayrshire Golf Tours

Situated on Scotland’s south west coast, Ayrshire offers numerous world famous golf courses that add to Scotland’s reputation as the number one destination for golf. Visit the Royal Troon Golf Course and the Turnberry Resort, which features three links courses, including the 18-hole King Robert the Bruce course and the Ailsa course, which was the host of four Open Championships. There’s also the Dundonald Links Course, which is rated as one of the best courses in Scotland. 

Stay at five-star rated hotels, enjoy famed restaurants, and authentic scotch whisky. Our local representatives can recommend some of the best pubs, bars and distilleries in the area.

South Ayrshire caters to historians and nature lovers alike. Showcasing the very best of Scottish scenery and countryside, Ayrshire is particularly famous for being the birthplace of poet, Robert Burns, and King Robert the Bruce. There is a beautiful coastline and views of the Firth of Clyde and the Isle of Arran to the west, framed by the Kintyre Peninsula. Ayrshire is also home to the Glasgow/Prestwick Airport, meaning your trip will start the second you step off the plane.

Recommended Ayrshire Golf Tour

Key Features

Experience a variety of Open Rota courses, including Prestwick, the birthplace of the Open Championship in 1960.

The newly refurbished Ailsa course at Trump Turnberry offers 14 particularly stunning holes along the coastline.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1

  • Arrive at Edinburgh or Glasgow Airport, meet and greet your driver, and transfer to Prestwick, birthplace of the Open Championship.
  • Enjoy lunch and 18 holes on one of the less demanding courses in the area. A great introduction to true Scottish links.
  • Check-in at the Trump Turnberry, and relax into the 5* luxury resort.

Day 2

  • Play the Ailsa course, ranked in the top 10 courses in the world and host of four Open Championships, including one of the most famous of all time, ‘The Duel in the Sun’, the iconic battle between Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson in 1977.
  • Reborn in 2016, Ailsa offers breathtaking vistas throughout, from Ailsa Craig, in the Firth of Clyde, and across the Mull of Kintyre to the Isle of Arran.
  • Dine at Wildings Hotel in Maidens, a short drive from the course, specializing in freshly caught seafood from the bay.

Day 3

  • Play Royal Troon, home to the 2024 Open Championship, and host of one of the most memorable Open’s in recent years, when Phil Mickelson and Henrick Stenson went head to head in 2016.

Day 4 – 9

  • Transfer St Andrews for the second stage of your trip.
  • Take a break from golf to visit a number of famous sights en-route, including Stirling Castle, unearth stories of Scottish hero William Wallace.
  • Lunch at Gleneagles, home of the 2014 Ryder Cup, and visit Glendarroch distillery visitor center, the oldest working distillery in Scotland.
  • Stay at Old Course Hotel, golf at Kingsbarns, Dumbarnie Links and Carnoustie, plus our team will enter you into the Old Course ballot for every day of your stay in St Andrews, if successful your itinerary will be adjusted accordingly.

Tour Summary

8 nights accommodation based on twin/double share, including daily breakfast 

7 rounds of golf 

On Site assistance of a Premier Golf Representative 

All taxes and fees included

Intimidating narrow tee shot over the dunes at Royal Troon, Scotland
Royal Troon, Scotland


5* package from $7,775

Based on travel in mid-season (Spring & Fall), group of 4 golfers sharing twin/double, including Airport, Hotel & Golf Transfers.

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