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Dundonald Links

Located at the very heart of Ayrshire’s golf coast lies a modern links golf masterpiece. Designed by Kyle Phillips, Dundonald Links has already hosted numerous tournaments most recently the FREED Group Women’s Scottish Open in 2023 and The Open Final Qualifying in 2023 and will continue to stage this event until 2026. In the past Dundonald Links has also been home to the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open, the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open and the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open.

The Springs Resort & Golf Club

Offering a variety of terrain, it presents all levels of golfers with a real challenge. The par 72 golf course was originally designed by former Ryder Cup captain Brian Huggett, and first opened in 1998. The course was purchased by Darwin Escapes in 2017 and the following year began a significant investment plan, starting with the golf course with leading course architect Tim Lobb. Following the opening of the new resort in 2022, The Springs is now considered to be one of the best golf resorts in the south of England.

Kilnwick Percy Resort & Golf Club

Set in 120 acres of Yorkshire Wolds countryside, you’ll struggle to find a more peaceful setting for a day out on the course. The 6193-yard par 70 parkland course offers something for every golfer. The wide and forgiving fairways give you plenty of confidence off the tee, but it’s a course you will still need to think your way around due the very cleverly placed hazards.

Saddleworth Golf Club

Saddleworth Golf was founded in 1904 and was designed by famous course architect Alister MacKenzie and W J Leaver. The course is situated at the foothills of the Pennies, with course being a Heathland/Moorland course which is surrounded by incredible views. The course par is 71 with a course rating of 70.4 and slope rating of 131 from the White Tees and for the Ladies the course rating is 71.8 with a slope rating of 123.