Turnberry Kintyre

Course Description:

turnberry-kintyreThe Kintyre Course is Donald Steels recreation of the old Arran Course, which was originally laid out in 1909. Just like the Ailsa, the Arran was re-built by Mackenzie Ross after the ravages of the Second World War and for many years it provided an excellent accompaniment to the Ailsa. The Kintyre opened for play in 2001 and it's much more than just an Arran re-design. Steel took some new land into the equation - Bain's Hill - and reutilised much of the old Arran topography. The result is a championship standard links, which stretches out to 6853 yards.

 

Course Information

Links course
72
6,921 yards
Donald Steel
1909
Turnberry
None
N/A

Guideline

Yes
10 available, No Dr. letter needed, £40 per round, Caddie does not need to drive.
Yes
£5 per round
£50
Smart golf attire
Yes, knee length
46th
Score Card
No. Yards Par No. Yards Par
1 530 5 10 437 4
2 176 3 11 428 4
3 323 4 12 203 3
4 392 4 13 462 4
5 456 4 14 529 5
6 184 3 15 473 4
7 376 4 16 141 3
8 298 4 17 451 4
9 480 5 18 514 5
Out 3215 36 In 3638 36
Yards 6853 Par 72