Rowallan Castle Golf Club is the latest addition to Ayrshire’s seemingly endless list of world class golf courses.Designed by eight times European No1 golfer and 2010 winning Ryder Cup Captain Colin Montgomerie, the course is now in its fifth full season of play and is fast gaining a global reputation as a masterpiece thanks to its fast undulating greens, cavernous bunkers and mature setting.And a "threesome" and "foursome" is not an exciting sexual encounter with multiple people, but the term used for a group of three and four players.Recently, the term "golf singles" has entered the lexicon as meaning a group of single golf enthusiasts, and is their clubhouse.Ardglass Golf Club is an 18 hole links course in a natural setting hugging the north-east coast of Ireland, with stunning views, unique golf holes and memorable people.The course is less than 2 hours from Dublin, under an hour from Belfast and only 30 minutes from the world renowned Royal County Down golf links at Newcastle. With the almost ever-present wind capable of wreaking havoc from any quarter; the hard fairways and the small firm greens, it is just about impossible to play “yardage based” golf on this links.
While North Berwick is a Club steeped in tradition dating from 1832, we take great pride in providing generous hospitality and a testing golf challenge. Book to play at Castle Stuart Golf Links Accommodation at Castle Stuart Golf Links Off-season Play and Stay packages (April, October and November) For in-season Play and Stay packages (May to September) contact our bookings team. Call or email our bookings team who will be glad to assist in finding the best package for you.Booking Contact Telephone: 44 (0)1463 796111 Email Bookings In the documentary “finding Castle Stuart, the crafting of a seaside golf links in the Scottish Highlands” one will experience the grist of what went into the making of this unique and widely heralded links golf course.An "apron" is not a garment worn over your clothing to keep you clean in the kitchen, but rather the closely cut area just around the edge of the green."Face" is not what you see when you look in the mirror, but is the part of the clubhead that makes contact with the ball.Today we are fortunate to have this distinctive building as our clubhouse.