Golfers are spoilt for choice as there are many courses within a short drive from the hotel, including world famous course such as Royal Troon and Turnberry
If you are planning a golfing holiday in Scotland then look no further that Ayrshire, as it is you ideal holiday destination.
The whole of Ayrshire and the Isle of Arran is a mecca for golf enthusiasts – professional or amateur – with over 40 outstanding courses spread throughout the area.
Ayrshire is world famous for its golf courses and it boasts three Open Championship courses, The Alisa at Turnberry, Prestwick and Royal Troon. It was recently announced the The Open Championship will indeed return to Ayrshire at Turnberry 2009.
In addition there are a host of quality links courses such as Kilmarnock, Barassie, Glasgow Gailes, Western Gailes, The Dundonald, Irvine Bogside, West Kilbridge, The Turnberry Kintyre and Prestwick St Nicholas.
In Ayr and Troon you’ll find three of the best municipal courses in the country at Lochgreen, Darley and Belleisle in addition there are other public golf courses run by local councils the length of the county.
Other inland courses also provide a challenge including the excellent Brunston Castle near Turnberry or Loudoun Gowf Club just outside Kilmarnock, Prestwick also has a third course, the inland layout at St Cuthbert’s.
At the Elms Court Hotel we work with South Ayrshire Golf which allows us to book golf for your party and give you special rates on the following course:
Belleisle, Seafield, Dalmilling, Lochgreen, Darley, Fullarton, Girvan and Maybole
For golf rates and accommodation please do not hesitate to contact us, on 01292 264191 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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As the premier Scottish Racecourse, offering the finest horse racing in Scotland, Ayr can also easily boast unparalleled corporate or private dining facilities. All hospitality facilities offer breathtaking panoramic views of the entire Racecourse which, combined with first-class cuisine and service and the glamour and thrill of racing, guarantees unrivalled hospitality.
All rooms are tastefully decorated, and offer en-suite facilities, as well as colour TV, tea and coffee and direct dial phones.