Turnberry Resort - A Luxury Collection Resort
Turnberry Resort, Ayrshire is a 36 hole club with the 18 hole par 70 Ailsa Course, designed by Philip Mackenzie Ross & the par 72, Kintyre Course, designed by Donald Steel. A links, resort golf course36 holes | Par Ailsa Course 70; Kintyre Course 72 | Ailsa Course ; Kintyre Course yards | Resort | Links
Tee Time Information
Midweek Guide: The Ailsa From £110.00 per round; The Kintyre from £55.00 per round; The Arran from £25.00 per round *
Weekend Guide: The Ailsa From £110.00 per round; The Kintyre from £55.00 per round; The Arran from £25.00 per round *
* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to booking.
Address: Turnberry, Ayrshire, KA26 9LT United Kingdom
Tel: 01655 331000
Turnberry Resort - A Luxury Collection Resort Reviews & Information
4.74 ... Overall Rating
4.80 ... The Course
4.84 ... Course Cond.
4.76 ... Facilities/Serv.
4.23 ... VFM
4.68 ... Pace of play
4.74 ... Hospitality.
4.89 ... Prac. Facil.
4.00 ... Food + Drink
128 ratings & 99 reviews on Golfshake. Ranked 3 out of 2183.
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Golf Course Reviews for Turnberry Resort - A Luxury Collection Resort
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(Round played: Aug 2021 - Score: 100 Handicap: 23.4)
(Round played: Jul 2021 - Score: 117 Handicap: 27.2)
Trump TurnberryFirst time playing both Ailsa and King Robert The Bruce courses since the refurbishment and both courses are out of this world????
Overnight stay in lodges and breakfast in hotel were also first class.
(Round played: May 2021 - Score: 93 Handicap: 12.2)
One of the bestTurnberry Golf resort, what can be said that hasn?t already been written, nothing!
This place has two genuinely World class golf courses, a great hotel in a fantastic location, just heaven.
Only thing to say is ?just go there? and experience it, you will not be disappointed
True Luxury!!!!!What a course with amazing views!!!! Course is superb and a great challenge for any golfer!!
AMG Open1st round in the 2019 AMG Open and I enjoyed playing the RTB course off the whites...we were helped by the fact that we played in not much wind and glorious weather for the start of October in Scotland
(Round played: Oct 2019 - Score: 84 Handicap: 10.5)
Beautiful course, as expected.Some ridiculous views, coupled with excellent tee shots. Course does not match the scorecard as both Ailsa & Robert the Bruce had reshuffle of holes.
Had a caddy for the group, definitely helped as he picked up my club lengths quickly so saved a fair few shots.
ExcellentgREAT COURSE, WOULD PLAY AGAIN.
(Round played: May 2018 - Score: 90 Handicap: 25.3)
(Round played: Jun 2018 - Score: 95 Handicap: 12.6)
AmazingFabulous course in amazing condition. Despite the recent wet weather the course was in a wonderful condition. I would recommend to anyone to play this challenging and enjoyable course.
(Round played: Apr 2018 - Score: 80 Handicap: 12.7)
Definitely a jewel in the sun!Great experience with outstanding facilities as well as 3 awesome courses. The only down side is having to play off mats on the Ailsa course, no goody bag or free stroke savers. It is still well worth the money and a must play resort.
(Round played: Nov 2017 - Score: 102 Handicap: 24)
Outstanding would pay again at the drop of a hatthe Lodges are a little dated carpets may need renewing however the beds were outstanding had a great nights sleep. The main hotel was out of this world as was the club house. The staff could not do enough for you. Both courses we excellent very intimidating but cosmetically stunning however very playable one of my rounds was one of the best I have played this year would pay again at the drop of a hat.
'Simply Stunning'Played the Ailsa and King Robert The Bruce at the weekend and it was brilliant.
From the moment you arrive at the venue it looks fantastic with the hotel and lodges on one side of the road and the courses and practice facilities on the other side.
Staff are courteous and friendly and cant do enough to help.
The Clubhouse, Pro Shop and facilities are out of this world and the best I have ever seen.
The Ailsa is visually stunning and despite having some rain on the front nine it did not detract from the experience in the slightest.
We played off the white tees and although a challenge the course was fantastic with every hole different.
Robert the Bruce is not in the same bracket as Ailsa however it would stand up on its own as being well worth playing.
Overall a weekend that I wont forget and well worth the 600 mile round trip and 5 hour car journey each way to get there.
If you get the chance to play it then don't miss the opportunity.
I was lucky enough to play the 2010 at Celtic Manor last month and that is not in the same league as Turnberry.
(Round played: Sep 2017 - Score: 79 Handicap: 10.1)
The Lighthouse is used as a halfway house. It is the best halfway house in the world. The view alone is stunning
(Round played: May 2017 - Score: 98 Handicap: 19)