We are delighted to be able to offer a range of golf packages for you from our Silver, Gold and Platinum package ranges. Once you have booked your accommodation you can add on:
We are delighted to be able to offer a selection of packages in our Silver range in conjunction with 'Golf South Ayrshire' who operate eight superb courses throughout the region. Each course boasts its own unique history, challenges and stunning Scottish scenery, alongside illustrious neighbours Royal Troon, Trump Turnberry and Prestwick.
A great way to enjoy all the golf you want (available April - October)
The three, five or seven day tickets offer fantastic value with unlimited golf per day on all eight Golf South Ayrshire courses, without restriction. Available from the clubhouses or Starter on the first day of play, the three and five day ticket can be used within seven days and the seven day ticket can be used within a fourteen day period.
Follow in the footsteps of world respected course architect James Braid with this fantastic golfing experience (available April - October)
This fantastic golfing trail includes three rounds of golf which can be played over three days at Belleisle Park and Girvan Golf Course. If time is tight, why not take advantage of the mini package, which gives you the flexibility to choose your ideal two round combination to be played over two days?
Enjoy a truly authentic three round golfing experience in the famous golfing town of Troon. (available April - October).
Follow in the footsteps of Jack Nicklaus and enjoy a truly authentic three round golfing experience in the famous golfing town of Troon. This package includes: Darley, Lochgreen and Fullarton. If time is tight, why not take advantage of the mini package, which gives you the flexibility to choose your ideal two round combination?
Enjoying a milder climate than the Scottish average, Golf South Ayrshire’s courses are open to everyone all year round. You can even play the links courses at their full length in winter. The warmest of Ayrshire welcomes awaits in the family friendly clubhouses, where you can relax and recall your round in the company of friends while sampling some of Ayrshire’s finest local produce.
A number of different packages are available, each tailored to suit your individual golfing needs. Follow in the footsteps of world famous designer and course architect, James Braid, or retrace Jack Nicklaus’ famous legacy playing in Troon. If golf isn’t the main purpose of your trip, or you would like the flexibility to play some of the other fantastic courses in Ayrshire, maybe our three, five or seven day unlimited golf passes will meet your needs.
|Lochinver Silver Packages
in conjunction with South Ayrshire Golf
|Package rates (in addition to accommodation cost) 1st Apr - 31st Oct
costs in (brackets) is for under 18 years old
|Unlimited Golf 3 in 7||£105 (£52.50)|
|Unlimited Golf 5 in 7||£145 (£75)|
|Unlimited Golf 7 in 14||£185 (£92.50)|
|Braid Trail||£65 (£32.50)|
|Mini Braid Trail||£43 (£21.50)|
|Troon Links Experience||£65 (£32.50)|
|Mini Troon Experience||£43 (£21.50)|
With a variety of course types to choose, from links to parkland, each with individual character and varying degrees of difficulty, there is a course to suit every level of golfer. These include three classic James Braid designs, the 4th most difficult course in Scotland at Troon, or a leisurely stroll in the Carrick Hills. Not only that, each of our fantastic courses are maintained to the same high standards, ensuring no matter which course you play, we’re sure they’ll be impressed!
Designed by legendary golf course designer James Braid, Belleisle and Seafield are located in the picturesque parkland setting of Belleisle Park, Ayr.Opened in 1927, Belleisle - a respected championship course, quickly gained its reputation as one of the UK’s finest inland public courses. Alongside its ‘little sister’ Seafield, each offers their own unique golfing challenges. Making the most of the natural landscape and with spectacular views across the water to Arran, these classic Scottish golf courses are a ‘must’ for any Braid and golfing fan.
Troon Links is a collection of three excellent courses. Darley, Lochgreen, and Fullarton which play alongside Royal Troon, Portland, and Barassie to form a group of six courses that encircle the famous golfing town of Troon. Darley is a traditional links course which offers a true challenge to even the most accomplished golfer. Featuring tight fairways and plenty of hazards, it is widely recognised as one of Scotland’s toughest golfing challenges. At a little over 6300yds, Darley is not as long as Lochgreen but if you score well here, you’ll have played very well indeed. Follow in the footsteps of Jack Nicklaus as this is the course where he qualified for his first ever Open Championship back in 1962. He didn’t win that time, but would go on to win several times on his way to becoming one of golf ’s greatest ever players. Lochgreen is predominately a links course, with one stretch - known as the ‘Dovecot Section’ - providing holes of a more parkland character, and at 6785yds and par 74, it is the longest of the three courses. Fullarton is the perfect course for both beginners to the game or for the more accomplished golfer looking to hone their short game. An inland links course, with undulating fairways, small greens and strategically placed bunkers provides a great golfing experience for all. At just under 5,000 yards, eight Par 3 holes and one hole over 400yds, rounds here will take less than three hours to complete. Making it the perfect choice if time is tight or you’re warming up to play Darley or Lochgreen.
Girvan is a popular links and parkland course, which has remained largely unchanged since James Braid took advantage of the same stunning views of Ailsa Craig as its illustrious Turnberry Neighbour. The course, lying on the northern outskirts of the town, is unusual in that it is divided into two distinct parts. The opening eight holes are pure links, immediately adjacent the coastline, and the second ten holes are parkland. This latter part has the added problem of the river, from which the town takes its name, winding through the land. Care should be taken on the ninth tee, as this hole is named after the gentleman who stepped back to admire a good drive only to take an unscheduled dip in the river. At only 5064 yards and Par 64, Girvan is not the longest, good club selection and clever course management are key to scoring well round this memorable course.
A delightful parkland course and playing here, you are aware that you are in the heart of “Burns Country”, where the famous poet Robert Burns was born and raised First opened in 1960, Dalmilling is set between Ayr’s famous Racecourse and the A77. This honest, open course opened as a nine hole course to ease demand on the towns other courses of Belleisle and Seafield. Originally used for agricultural purposes the course was extended to an 18 hole course in 1966 and then further altered in the 1980’s to the course we have today. Set in a gentle rolling landscape and adjacent to the River Ayr, where some of its tributary burns add interest to the early holes - including the sixth, a 135 yard par three is virtually surrounded by water! At only 5686 yards long and a Par 69, rounds here will rarely take longer than three and a half hours.
A quaint nine hole course located in the Kingdom of Carrick, Maybole Golf Course offers unrestricted views of the region’s southern uplands and the Carrick Hills. Located in the gently rolling landscape of the town’s Memorial Park, Maybole Golf Courses offers few hazards and generous fairways, making it the perfect course for beginners or those looking for a more relaxing game of golf. At only 5064yds