Trump Villa's at Turnberry
Autumn is a great time to experience a round of golf on the Kintyre course on the rugged Ayrshire coast. Winter packages at the Trump Villa's are incredible value while Trump Turnberry undergoes a £200 million refurbishment for the rebirth of the resort and the championship Ailsa course.
You'll stay in an individual bedroom within one of our luxury five star lodges, where you will have your own spacious accommodation. All bedrooms feature en-suite bathrooms and in room entertainment systems, for total comfort and privacy. You'll also have access to the fully renovated clubhouse and its new restaurant, The Duel in the sun, which serves a selection of delicious, local cuisine.
The Spa at Turnberry will also be opening for guests to enjoy complimentary use of the pool and gym or why not indulge in a relaxing spa treatment? The Turnberry Tea Lounge will also be available within the spa building, continuing on the tradition of our award winning afternoon tea experience.
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Looking out to sea and the imposing Ailsa Craig, Turnberry boasts some world-class holes. Perhaps the best of them all is the tenth; from a remote tee set atop a rocky cliff-top promontory, the drive is across the corner of the bay, and offers visitors a glimpse of the site of Bruce's Castle, home to Scotland's 14th century King, Robert the Bruce. The narrow path and the tee shot itself are not for the faint-hearted, but are typical of Turnberry's dramatic setting.
Ailsa Course - Par 70 - 7,211 Yards
The Ailsa Course at Turnberry is regarded by many as the best links course in Scotland. As a 4-time host of the Open Championship, the Ailsa is a superb championship layout which offers stunning views of the West of Scotland as well as dramatic shots which skirt the natural craggy coastline on the 9th, 10th and 11th holes.
Winners of the Open at Turnberry include Tom Watson in 1977 who finished with a pair of 65’s on Saturday and Sunday to hold off the challenge from Jack Nicklaus in one of golf’s greatest battles which was dubbed the “Duel in the Sun”. In 1986 the Claret Jug was won at Greg Norman who claimed a 5-shot victory which included a second round 63 (-7). The 1994 tournament was won by Nick Price who claimed 1-shot victory over Jesper Parnevik with four rounds under 70 including a closing 66. 2009 looked like it would be a fairy tale win with Tom Watson winding back the years to take what would’ve been a record equalling 6th Claret Jug, however his final hole bogey let Stewart Cink in for a tie which would eventually end in a playoff victory for him to claim his maiden major win.
With the course set for a major redesign which will take advantage of more of the coastline and create some holes which will no doubt become some of the most memorable in golf, the Ailsa looks set to become an absolute must play for golfers across the globe.
Kintyre Course - Par 72 - 6,921 Yards
Turnberry is fortunate enough to actually boast two quality links courses: like the Ailsa, the Kintyre (formerly called the Arran and opened in 1909) was rescued from near extinction by architect Mackenzie Ross in the 1950s. It’s more recent revisions by Donald Steel have seen the course extended to over 6,900 yards which played host to final qualifying for The Open Championship in 2004.
At the Kintyre, fortunate visitors will experience fast, undulating greens, tight links turf, magnificent holes along the shoreline and glorious views of Kintyre, Arran and the lighthouse. The signature hole is undoubtedly the 8th, where following an elevated tee shot, golfers face a dramatic blind approach to a green set in a gully flanked by rocks.
The stretch of holes at 8, 9 and 10 are arguably as good as any in the world, framed by picturesque coastline and dramatic elevation changes, it is easy to see why the Kintyre is so popular amongst visiting golfers.
In addition, the Arran Course has been specifically designed to complement the extensive practice facilities at Turnberry.
Inside each of Turnberry's luxury lodges, whether 6-bedroom or 8-bedroom, is a private living area where guests can relax, eat and drink. Including spacious dining and living furnishings, The Lodges are extremely comfortable, while the bedrooms, each with electronic keycard access, have all the necessary modern conveniences. Each of the rooms within the lodges can made into a twin or double room complete with ensuite containing a separate shower and bath.
During Turnberry's refurbishment guests will check in at the Clubhouse, which itself has recently been refurbished, just 100 metres from the Lodges themselves.
Those wishing to dine at Turnberry during this period will do so in the Duel in the Sun Restaurant located in the clubhouse. The Spa will also be available for use along with room service, resorts shuttle service and complimentary range balls on the range prior to your round of golf.
Perfect for groups and individuals alike, The Lodges at Turnberry provide a perfect base for anyone wanting to explore Scotland's famed West Coast playing some of the world's greatest golf courses. With the likes of Royal Troon, Prestwick and Western Gailes less than 45 minutes from Turnberry, this is one of the best golf tours golfers can experience.
- Golf Academy
- Driving Range
- Pitch and Putt
- Pro Shop
- Championship Standard Course
- Club House
- Putting Greens
- Practice Area
- Golf Club Hire
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- On-Site Parking
- Nearby Beaches
- Private Dining
- In House Bar
- In House Restaurant
- Satellite TV