Prestwick Golf Club

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Prestwick Golf Club

2 Links Road, KA9 1QG Prestwick, Ayrshire, UK

Phone: +44 1292 477404, Fax: +44 1292 477255

Golf Packages

with Prestwick Golf Club
Lochgreen House Hotel
from 1617,- per person Learn more


The golf course is a testing traditional links course, which lies on a stretch of land unequalled anywhere in the world for prime golfing terrain. The birth place of the Open Championship in 1860.

The Course

18-Hole Course

Opened in 1851. Design: Tom Morris. Style: Links.

Terrain: Slightly undulating

Blue (Men)71--5973 yards
Blue (Women)75--5973 yards
Green (Women)74--5571 yards
Scorecard: Championship
Black (Men)71--6908 yards
Scorecard: Medal
White (Men)71--6551 yards

Practice Facilities

  • Practice Area
  • Putting Green
  • Pitching Green
  • Chipping Green
  • Practice bunker


18-Hole Course

Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: men 24, women 28


Softspikes recommended.

Dogs on leash permitted. Mobile phone not permitted on course.

GPS devices approved.

Green Fees

18-Hole Course

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
18 Holes£165 (183 €)£190 (211 €)
Day ticket£225 (250 €)£250 (277 €)

Juniors under 18 receive a 50% discount.


Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Locker rooms
  • Club accepts credit cards
  • Pro Shop
  • Restaurant
  • Bar


  • Clubs for hire
  • Trolley for hire
  • Electro-trolley for hire
  • Electro-cart for hire
  • Caddy
  • Caddy on request

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1851


SecretaryKen Goodwin+44 1292 477404
ProDavid Fleming+44 1292 479483

User Reviews

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toba 56 Reviews
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Grandios Links Course

Prestwick OC on 24.4.2019

Already the arrival in the truly time-honored clubhouse is impressive. Spacious club rooms and quality locker rooms. The Proshop well sorted.
In addition this grandiose Links Course. Tea 1 directly between the clubhouse and the train station.
It takes good nerves for a successful first tee.
Afterwards, the front nine railroad tracks along the railroad tracks, to the airfield, which caught our attention early in the offshore wind through the noise and the perfume of kerosene and tire abrasion.
The Back Nine lead almost back to the clubhouse.
The round can be played comparably well with caddies or loan trolleys in our experience. The ball losses were equally pleasantly high in both cases...
Afterwards we had a lot to talk about with beer and sandwiches in the club restaurant.

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martins 42 Reviews
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So must be left

We played the pitch last week and were more than thrilled. Nice reception, nice store, unfortunately no driving range at the clubhouse.
We played with Caddy, which paid off quickly. Through the partial, non-observing pathways, one knows at least where to go theoretically. The totally blind holes "Himalaya" and "The Alps" again confirmed our decision.
The place was good playable, the wind was within limits, the greens were not super fast but properly onduliert. The Caddy also helped here, by showing us the line.
All in all an extraordinary golfing day.

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K. Per 280 Reviews
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Birthplace of the Open

An ancient place of anno 1851, a true links course with most powerful wind.
Urig, bärig left as it gets. Immaculately maintained, greens extremely undulated partly fairways largely unapologetic without Birdiebook almost unplayable.
Hole 5 - Par 3: one sees neither the flag but only a big hill in front of him, one does not know the flag inserted front or left - just play into the void.
Hole 17 ditto, only this time it is the 2nd shot at a par 4, which must be played completely "blind".

Here the first Open was played, but no pro would play a big tournament here today!

Because of the sometimes confusing web gradients there are only 4 stars!

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