Belleisle Golf Course

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Belleisle Park, Doonfoot Road, Ayr, Ayrshire, KA7 4DU

    In 1927 James Braid designed what many consider to be the finest, inland public links course in Britain, only ranking behind Carnoustie and St Andrews.

    Belleisle is a classic and a parkland golf course set in Belleisle Park, where beech tree lined and extra long fairways are interlaced by the Curtecan Burn.The course opens with two relatively short par fives, and finishes with a par five which is anything but. There are only two par fours under 400 yards and a cracker of a par three at the 17th.

    A true test for golfers, tour players often sharpen their pencils here before major competitions! Thats how good it is, and one of the few true municipals to host professional tournaments.

    Nearby attractions. Non-golfers can enjoy miles of sandy beaches, interspersed with parts of rocky outcrops. With spectacular views and sunsets, the Firth of Clyde, the Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig (a bird sanctuary) enjoy mild weather due to the West Coast Gulf Stream.

    Turnberry, Burns Cottage and Tam O'Shanter Experience, Culzean Castle, Dundonald Castle, Royal Troon Golf Course, Old Prestwick Golf Course, Ayr Racecourse, Ayr Low Green, Craigie Estate and Rozelle Estate are all in close proximity. The Carrick Hills or Galloway Forrest offers hiking or biking opportunities for outdoors experiences.

    Golf South Ayrshire operates this attraction, which is within a few miles of Glasgow Prestwick International Airport,

    Type of course:Parkland
    Holes: 18
    Length: 6,446 yards
    Par/SSS: 71/72

    Opening Exceptions: Christmas Day and New Years Day.

    Children: Juniors are most welcome but require to have a handicap of 18 or less and should provide a handicap certificate.

    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    2013 Opening Times
    1 Jan 2013 - 31 Dec 2014

    Catering

    • Tea & Coffee Available
    • Snack Bar

    Golf

    • Golf Shop
    • Trolley Hire
    • Theme - James Braid
    • Club House
    • Holes - 18
    • Club Hire
    • Tuition
    • Course Type - Parkland
    • Putting Green
    • Changing Facilities
    • Practice Area
    • Online Booking Available
    • Cost - £20-29 £29 PER ROUND MONDAY - SUNDAY

    Domestic

    • Toilets
    • Changing Room/Lockers
    • Public Toilet Facilities

    Payment Methods

    • Debit Card
    • Switch Card
    • Solo Card
    • Delta Card
    • Cash
    • Mastercard
    • VISA Card
    • Cheque

    Public Transport Directions

    Getting there by railway:- Ayr railway station, you can take the A9 bus from Burn Statue Square to Doonfoot Road. Operated by Stagecoach, it runs every half hour Monday to Saturday. 5-10 minutes by taxi.

    Getting there by aeroplane:- 7 miles from Glasgow Prestwick International Airport, By taxi Belleisle Park is 20 minutes away on the A719. The entrance gates are on the left on Doonfoot Road.

    Getting there by ferry:- The nearest ferry terminals are in Troon and Ardrossan, travel to Ayr via the A78, then take the A719. Superfast Ferries operate a daily service between Rosyth and Zeebrugge, Belgium. Head southwest via the A90, then M8, and M77 then the A77 south to Ayr, then take the A719. Belleisle entrance is on the left as you travel along Doonfoot Road. From Stranraer take the A77 north past Girvan then take the scenic A719 route north past Maidens and Dunure. Belleisle entrance is on the right as you travel along Doonfoot Road.

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