Western Gailes Golf Club
Golf course overview
Founded in 1897, Western Gailes is one of the toughest links courses in Scotland. Measuring over 6,700 yards, it will provide a stern test to even the most experienced golfer.
Founded in 1897 and situated four miles north of Prestwick Airport on the Ayrshire Coast, Western Gailes is recognised as one of the finest and more exacting links courses in Scotland. It is an Open Qualifier for Troon and Turnberry, and has played host to the Curtis Cup, the PGA Championship and the Scottish Open.
Accommodation near Western Gailes Golf Club
South Beach Hotel
South Beach Hotel has 32 en-suite, superbly furnished bedrooms, all enjoying outstanding sea views of the Isle of Arran and the Ailsa Craig on the horizon. With a warm and welcoming atmosphere, there are a number of repeat customers every year.
The Gailes Hotel & Restaurant
Set in the heart of Ayrshire, The Gailes Hotel & Restaurant is one of the leading luxury hotels in the area and is surrounded by many great championship golf courses.