Western Gailes is fun to play Scottish links course located in Ayrshire just down the Firth of Clyde coast from The Open Championship venue Royal Troon. The Course has a very linear routing that directly follows the narrow strip of land between the railway and the Firth of Clyde. The first four holes follow the coast straight out North. Golfers then before turn around and head back South with the next nine holes along Irvine Bay. The Remaining holes follow the Train Tracks back to the clubhouse.
Western Gailes is one of Ayrshire’s most acclaimed Hidden Gems and holds its own despite its close proximity to the historic courses of Prestwick, where the first Open Championship was held in 1860, and Royal Troon. The views over the Firth of Forth seduces golfers into loving these narrow links just as much, if not more, than its prestigious neighbors. Like many of the true links golf courses in Scotland such as The St Andrews Castle Course, the course was allowed to develop naturally by nature and the elements. The course was used for tank
Western Gailes with its wild natural sand dunes provides a very authentic Scottish links golf experience. There is very little gorse and only a few blind shots to navigate. The course’s close proximity to the Firth of Clyde can result in wind and very changeable weather making it vitally important to keep your ball in play here. maneuvers during the war which resulted in the reshaping of the original 10th and 17th holes,
in keeping with its reputation as a fantastic venue. Western Gailes has a long history of hosting top amateur and Professional events including The PGA Championship, The Curtis Cup, The Scottish Professional, The Scottish amateur, British Seniors, and European Tour Team events.
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