Darley Golf Course

Golf Courses

Harling Drive, Troon, Ayrshire, KA10 6NF

    Darley Golf Course

    Medal Tees Men 6313 yards SSS 71, Ladies 5714 yards SSS 72

    Recently rated as the fourth hardest course in Scotland to play to your handicap, Darley is classic uplands links of gorse and heather, much tighter than Lochgreen and is not for the faint hearted.

    If Darley is slightly shorter than Lochgreen it is certainly tighter with unforgiving heather and gorse hugging both sides of many fairways. Darley is indeed a challenge demanding the straightest of tee shots to avoid the renowned Scottish hazards of heather, gorse and whin, which abound. Challenging, strategic and a true test of golf is how the locals describe Darley, which, like its sister course Lochgreen is also considered of the links variety.

    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, host to the Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig (a bird sanctuary) enjoys 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.

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

    Opening Exceptions: Christmas day & New Years Day

     

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

    Catering

    • Bar Available
    • Breakfast Available
    • Cafe / Restaurant available on site
    • Evening Meal Available
    • Lunch Available
    • Restaurant
    • Snack Bar
    • Tea & Coffee Available

    Golf

    • Changing Facilities
    • Club Hire
    • Club House
    • Cost - £20-29 £24
    • Course Type - Links
    • Golf Shop
    • Holes - 18
    • Online Booking Available
    • Practice Area
    • Putting Green
    • Trolley Hire
    • Tuition

    Facilities

    • Disabled Access

    Payment Methods

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

    Public Transport Directions

    Getting there by railway:- There are railway stations at Troon, Glasgow Prestwick International Airport, Prestwick Town Centre and Ayr Town Centre, Troon Station is located across the road from the clubhouse.

    Getting there by aeroplane:- 4 miles or 10 minutes by car from Glasgow Prestwick International Airport. On the A79, head North go straight through the roundabout ahead, stay in the left lane and take the slip road to Troon, the B749. Over the Railway Bridge and turn right into Fullarton Drive, follow the road to the end, where it becomes Golf Crescent, the Clubhouse is on the right after a further few hundred yards.

    Getting there by ferry:- From Stranraer take the A77 north past Girvan then take the scenic A719 route north. Take the A79 from Ayr past Glasgow Prestwick International Airport, turning left onto the B749 to Troon. Continue until you've gone over the Railway Bridge and turn right into Fullarton Drive, follow the road to the end, where it becomes Golf Crescent, the Clubhouse is on the right after a further few hundred yards. 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 Troon. There is a ferry port in Troon from which P & O operate sailings to Larne daily at 1005 and 2020 hours
    The contact no. to book is 0870 2424777

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