Sundrum Castle is located in a Golfers Paradise. There are three World Famous Open Championship courses - Royal Troon, Turnberry and Prestwick within easy access and 42 other courses to enjoy. Prestwick was the host of the first ever Open in 1860, while Royal Troon was the venue in 1997, when Jason Leonard was the winner and last played at Turnberry in 1994 when Nick Price was the champion. Turnberry is host to the 2009 Open.
Turnberry has been described by English golf writer John Ingham as “the stuff of dreams, you must go there if you possibly can.” There are two courses the par 68, 6014 yard Arran course and the World famous Ailsa course, par 69 - 6,440yds, which has been the site for the British Open in 1977, 1986, 1994.
It is best to reserve tee times well in advance.
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Royal Troon is recognised as one of the worlds finest courses. The Open Championship is played on the Old Course - par 73 a massive 7,097 yards. Its sister course - the Portland Course is par 71 - 6,274 yards. Make reservations in advance and have a letter of introduction from your own club together with a handicap card.
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The Clubhouse - Royal Troon
Prestwick. The Old course was home of the first Open championship in 1860 and repeatedly until 1925., 18 holes, 6544 yards, no LGU tees. Par72.
Reservations : Tel: +44 (0)1292 77404