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Scotland, Scotland, Ayrshire GRD Rating 8.9

Turnberry

Golf breaks at Turnberry, Scotland. GRD Rating: 8.9





Resort Summary

Home to four Open Championshhips. This world-class golf, hotel and spa make Turnberry the ultimate golf break in Scotland. The luxurious accommodation and golf courses facilities and not to mention the stunning views will take your breath away.

Fabled white walls rise up to a thousand red tiles. Turnberry Resort, one of the most enchanting hotels in Scotland, stands sentinel above historic Ayrshire lands. Here, the views fall away and away towards mystical islands and jagged mountains. This is inspirational. This is Turnberry Resort, Scotland. The five red star Turnberry resort underwent a multi-million pound restoration programme of the iconic public spaces and 46 of its 149 luxuriously appointed guest rooms.

A restful haven with beautiful views over the Irish Sea The Spa at Turnberry provides the ideal place to relax and revitalise. Heat experiences and relaxation rooms provide the ultimate prelude to advanced, bespoke ESPA treatments offered in luxury by The Spa at Turnberry. In the heart of the Spa lies a 20 metre swimming pool with whirlpool and outdoor terrace, and state of the art Technogym Fitness Studio.

Set in 800 acres of rugged coastal countryside, Turnberry Resort, Scotland is a playground for those who love the outdoor life. On foot, on wheels, on horseback or on water, the outdoor pursuits have been designed for both individuals and groups. The expert tuition and professional equipment will help you get the most out of your day in this beautiful part of Scotland.

Golf Courses

Ailsa Championship Golf Course
18 holes
7211y
6594m
Par 70
Home to four Open Championships, the Ailsa has shaped some of the most remarkable moments in the tournament's history and was voted best course in the UK by two leading golf publications. In 1986 Greg Norman won the Open at Turnberry, in 1977 Tom Watson beat Jack Nicklaus by one shot and in 1994 Nick Price was victorious. Stewart Cink conquered the title at an incredible championship in 2009.


This par-70, 7,211-yard championship course is one of golf's storied places. Its first three holes pose a fairly tough opening, particularly when the wind blows from the direction of its namesake, the brooding isle of Ailsa Craig, 11 miles out to sea. From the 4th to the 11th, the coastal scenery is magnificent and the course is demanding. Commanding a passage of stout hitting throughout, the 5th to the 8th holes are framed by sandy hillocks, while the 9th, 10th and 11th are flanked by craggy rocks.
Kintyre Championship Golf Course
18 holes
6921y
6329m
Par 72
Building on the challenges laid down by the famous old Arran course, the Kintyre is links golf at its exhilarating best. Undulating greens, glorious fairways, magnificent ocean holes, and all with stunning views of Kintyre, Arran, and the famous Turnberry Lighthouse. In 2004, the Kintyre hosted the Open Championship Final Qualifying round.

Accommodation

Turnberry Resort, Scotland is a place where land and sea are just waiting to be discovered. Yet, even amid such scenic beauty, we always remember the importance of a great night's sleep. Every room here at the Turnberry hotel offers a calming environment in which you can spend hour after hour in perfect harmony with your surroundings. Turnberry Resort, Scotland offers a sparkling choice of rooms, many of which offer similarly illuminating views over the famous links golf courses to the sea beyond. Accommodation options include Deluxe Ocean & Resort View Rooms, Classic Ocean & Resort View Rooms, Family Rooms, Speciality Suites and lodges.

Food and Drink

The beautiful rolling hills of the South West are home to some of the most fertile lands in Scotland. And when you gaze out over the Irish Sea and its countless islands, its no surprise to discover that some of the worlds finest seafood is landed within a few miles of Turnberry Resort, Scotland. Its the perfect setting for anyone who loves their food and it provides all the inspiration a talented team, led by Chef Ralph Porciani, could wish for. Whatever your mood, whatever the occasion, Turnberry Resort, Scotland has all the ingredients for a memorable stay. With three restaurants and 4 bars & lounges plus the half way house you are spoilt for choice for fine wining and dining.

Golf Tuition and Practice Facilities

The Colin Montgomerie Links Golf Academy is one of the world's premier teaching and practice facility for links golf and offers excellent opportunities for both individuals and groups. Each Turnberry PGA golf professional has worked closely with Colin Montgomerie OBE and is trained in the 'Monty method', providing specialised links golf tuition and endeavouring to improve the golfers overall game. The Academy provides a range of programmes specially designed to suit every golfer, from the scratch player to the first timer. Players can also view their swing in the audio-visual theatre and take home a DVD analysing their swing as momento of their day. The facilities at The Colin Montgomerie Links Golf Academy include

Personalised Tuition and tailored coaching and training programmes
GASP video swing analysis system
Large indoor teaching area with retractable rollover doors
16 covered driving, short game and teaching bays
State-of-the-art audio-visual theatre, featuring a fully integrated digital video, simulator and swing analyser
Open air driving range with landscaped target area
Custom fitting service adapting Taylor Made, Titleist, Ping and Callaway clubs to your individual needs
The 9-hole Arran course, specially-designed to help you put into practice all you have learned

Location

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Quote: GRD1016
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Tel: +44 165 533 1000

All prices quoted are subject to change and availability. Please contact the resort directly to confirm all costs, dates and booking arrangements.

Website: http://www.turnberry.co.uk

Address

Turnberry
Ayrshire
Scotland
KA26 9LT
Scotland

Getting there

Turnberry Resort is at the heart of a rare land, a fabled land. As a destination in its own right, Turnberry Resort, Scotland is superb but, if you can tear yourself away from the championship Golf Courses, luxurious health Spa, exciting Outdoor Activity Centre and other excellent facilities, you will discover the surrounding area has just as much to offer. This is Scotlands South West, a land bound by sea, marked by history. The land of poets and heroes, like Rabbie Burns and Robert the Bruce. Mile upon mile of coastline and gently rolling hills. Here you can savour the art of whisky making on Arran, experience the thrill of playing a fish in a fast-flowing Kintyre river or wonder at the mystery that is the rocky island of Ailsa Craig. Close at hand lies the magnificent Culzean Castle, where a whole days exploration and discovery await. A little further away you can discover the dynamic, pulsating heart of Glasgow, one of Europes most exciting cities, and beautiful, historic Edinburgh, home to the worlds largest international arts festival.
Nearest airport: Glasgow Iternational
Travel options: There are two international airports within an hours drive of Turnberry Glasgow International and Glasgow Prestwick Airport. Edinburgh International Airport is less than two hours drive away. Glasgow Airport is the busiest of Scotlands three main international airports. Over 40 airlines serve around 80 destinations. Glasgow Prestwick Airport has flights to and from over 25 European destinations.

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Resort facilities

  • Cycling
  • Gym
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool

Hotel facilities

  • Bar
  • Internet
  • WiFi

Practice area

  • Covered Bays
  • Video training
 

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