You can play The Ailsa and King Robert the Bruce courses for less during the longer days.



Many of us have a ‘golf bucket list’ of places we absolutely HAVE to play before we call an end to our golfing careers.

And one place that’s normally on everyone’s list is Turnberry in Scotland.

But of course, prestigious courses like this don’t tend to come with bargain green fees, and that’s why the new ‘Twilight Golf’ packages are extra exciting.

Available throughout the summer months, you can now enjoy an unforgettable round on The Ailsa after 3pm from £200 per person, while 18 holes on the incredible King Robert the Bruce course is bookable from £75 per person from 1pm.

Or, if you think you’re going to be visiting this stunning area a lot, you can also take advantage of the King Robert the Bruce bundle which offers 10 18-hole rounds on the course plus 10 18-hole rounds on the nine-hole Arran Course for £700.

Considering that standard summer green fees for visitors start from £325 (Tuesday to Thursday) for The Ailsa and £120 for King Robert the Bruce, this seems a pretty good deal for us.

Plus, with trips abroad still complicated at best, perhaps this could be the year you treat yourself to that dream Scottish golf trip that you’ve been talking about doing for years.

You could even splash out on an overnight stay at this luxurious resort too, with various accommodation options including a five-star hotel, cosy self-catering cottages and spacious eight-bedroom villas.

Plus, the surrounding scenery of the Ayrshire coastline is really too beautiful for words.

For more details about twilight golf at Turnberry and to book tee times, go to


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