Western Gailes Golf Club - Irvine
Western Gailes Golf Club, founded in 1897, is situated on the Ayrshire coast of Scotland where many of the finest Scottish golf links are located and is only 4 miles from Glasgow Prestwick International Airport. It is recognised as one of the finest and true links courses in Scotland measuring 6714 yards from the championship tees. The course has played host to the Curtis Cup, PGA Championship, Seniors and prestigious Scottish Amateur Championship. It is also one of the final qualifying courses when The Open is played at Turnberry or Royal Troon.
The James Watt College - North Ayrshire Campus
The James Watt College is a further education college founded in 1908. The College is situated in Greenock, in the west of Scotland. The College operates out of the Finnart Campus, Waterfront Campus, North Ayrshire Campus and Largs Campus. The courses are offered in the fields of Art, Design & Media, Beauty & Complementary Therapies, Business & Management, Computing & Information Technology, Construction, Education, Engineering, Hairdressing & Make-up Artistry, and Health.
Ardeer Golf Club - Stevenston
Ardeer Golf Club is an exceptionally pleasant, rolling and well-appointed parkland course with hundreds of small, blossoming trees routed along the fairways and a babbling burn crossing in front of the greens. In playing the course, it is a lot more demanding than it appears. The 9th and 11th greens have recently been improved and are both exceptional holes playing across the "babblin" burn. The 9th is easily reachable from your second shot but the 11th at stroke index 1, is best approached from a lay-up. Our shop supplies a wide range of golfing goods from top manufacturers, while our clubhouse extends a warm welcome to all members and visitors.
Royal Troon Golf Club - Troon
Founded in 1878 by a few enthusiasts Troon Golf Club soon outgrew its purely local reputation. The Old Course today presents a stern golfing examination and in particular the inward half of Royal Troon is widely accepted as the most demanding of any Course on the Championship rota. OLD COURSE:One of the great links courses in Scotland, the Old Course is a challenging test of golfing ability. PORTLAND COURSE:Although a links course, the Portland is a little more sheltered than the Old Course and, of course, shorter. PAR 3 COURSE:The Par 3 Course consists of nine holes and the small greens present a series of tricky targets.
Kilmarnock Football Club
Kilmarnock Football Club, founded in 1869 and nicknamed 'Killie' is the oldest professional football club in Scotland. Home matches are played at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock - an all-seater stadium with a capacity of 18,128. They are currently playing in the Scottish Premier League and are managed by Jim Jefferies. Traditional team colours are blue and white striped shirts, white shorts and socks. Kilmarnock's major honours include winning the Scottish Cup three times (1920, 1929 and 1997) and winning the Scottish League Championship in season 1964/65. They competed the 2004/05 season in the Scottish Premier League.
Kilmarnock College opened in 1966 and is set in the heart of East Ayrshire, Scotland. The College is committed to working with learners, communities and business;and currently enrolls nearly 2,000 full-time and 5,000 part-time students. At the College, they train hairdressers, beauticians, chefs, and sports and fitness professionals. Students can study a range of practical classes in Catering, Sport or Fitness, Arts and Social Science, Care & Supported Learning, Engineering and Science, Consumer and Leisure, Just for Fun, Motor Vehicle, and Construction and Land Management.
Prestwick Airport provides a wide range of facilities including those for business, children and the disabled. Public transportation to and from the airport is reliable and frequent with a choice of trains, coaches, buses, taxis and car hire. Those wishing to drive to the airport will find it easily accessible and well sign posted from the access roads. The airport offers a range of both short and long stay parking. Prestwick airport has one main terminal and serves over 4 different airlines to over 20 destinations handling over 1.9 million passengers a year. The airport is located 35 minutes south west of Glasgow city centre, off the A77. From the city centre take the M77 south out of Glasgow, follow until it changes to the A77. The airport is north of the town of Ayr between Prestwick and Monkton (and east of the A77).
Prestwick Golf Club - Prestwick
Prestwick Golf Club extends a warm welcome to all Golfers from all around the World wishing to come and enjoy our testing traditional Links. We are situated just half an hour south west of Glasgow on the famous golfing Ayrshire coast. A stretch of land unequalled anywhere in the world for prime golfing terrain. Prestwick Golf Club is a relaxed and friendly club that enjoys hosting golfers from all around the World. Visitors are encouraged to use their temporary membership to its full capacity, and enjoy the full lunch in the lavish Dining room or just a snack in the relaxed Cardinal room.