Royal Troon

Course Description:

royal-troonFrequent host to the British Open, Royal Troon is consistently ranked as one of the World's best links courses. It was created by the hand of Willie Fernie, one of the great early British golfers in 1878. A classic links course in every respect, the golfer is eased into the challenge with each hole appearing to get progressively tougher. Narrow fairways lined with trouble make tee shots critical, its bunkers are punishing and Troon's small greens require touch and imagination. Running straight out and back along the coast, Troon often changes dramatically from front nine to back.

 

Course Information

Championship Links Course
71
Blue 7,208 yards, white 6,632 yards, and yellow 6,170 yards.
William Fernie
1878
Troon
Men's- 20 / Ladies- 30
15

Guideline

Yes
4 available, Dr. letter needed, Caddie does need to drive.
Yes
£5 per round
£40
Smart golfing attire may be worn in the clubhouse on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday during the visitor season. Shirts carrying slogans, numbers, or illustrations that are not golf related are not permitted.
Tailored golf shorts that are knee length. Shorts with cargo pockets are not permitted.
8
Score Card
No. Yards Par No. Yards Par
1
4 10
4
2
4 11
4
3
4 12
4
4
5 13
4
5
3 14
3
6
5 15
4
7
4 16   5
8
3 17
3
9
4 18
4
Out
36 In
35
Yards 7175 Par 71