Turnberry Reveals New Legendary Golf Packages
Launching a new 'Legendary Golf' series of packages, the iconic Turnberry Resort is welcoming golfers to experience its facilities and two courses, including the famous Ailsa, with one night’s bed-and-breakfast including two rounds of golf available from £398 per person.
Home of four Open Championships, Turnberry features two outstanding 18-hole golf courses, notably the Ailsa, which has hosted some of the most legendary names in golf, including the ‘Duel in the Sun’ between Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson in 1977.
Available on a one or two-night basis, the attractive golf getaways include shared accommodation in a villa, daily breakfast and two rounds of golf on the King Robert the Bruce Course. Upgrades for a round on the Open Championship Ailsa Course are available for £130 per person while dinner can be added from only £30 per person.
Transformed in June 2016 at the hands of renowned architect, Martin Ebert, the Ailsa regularly places in world rankings, recently as number 10 in Golf Digest magazine’s ‘World 100 Greatest Courses’ and number one in the UK and Ireland with Golf Monthly magazine.
(The King Robert the Bruce Course)
Set alongside the glorious Ayrshire coastline, with the Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig as a stunning backdrop, it's a spectacular location, while the neighbouring King Robert The Bruce course also hugs the rugged coastline for several scintillating holes, observed from above by Turnberry’s iconic lighthouse.
In addition to golf, Turnberry provides a base to experience the west coast of Scotland – as couples, a family or as a group of friends – with accommodation choices including its five-star hotel, cosy self-catering cottages and spacious eight-bedroom villas.
The recently-renovated Spa offers rejuvenating treatments from ESPA or, for the more adventurous, on-site activities provide a wealth of sports and outdoor pursuits for all ages, while the beauty of the Ayrshire coastline is immediately on hand for memorable days out and holiday experiences.
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