Respected championship course which offers its own unique challenges...
Ayr Belleisle Golf Club
Ayr Belleisle was designed by legendary golf course architect James Braid, five times Open Champion. The course opened in 1927.
Braid formed part of The Great Triumvirate along with Harry Vardon and John Taylor. Between them they won 16 Open Championship titles out of the 21 tournaments staged between 1894 and 1914. Braid was instrumental in forming the Professional Golfers Association and renowned as one of the best ever golf course architects. In total he designed over 200 golf courses, among which are included the Kings and Queens courses in Gleneagles and Carnoustie.
Retaining much of its original design, this classic course works its way through the picturesque Belleisle Estate. Belleisle is an excellent and respected championship course which offers its own unique challenges and something for every golfer. Combining the natural landscape with spectacular views to Arran it is a must play for any Braid fan, or simply for anyone who loves golf.
Belleisle remains one of the country’s finest inland courses and is host to one of Scotland’s longest running Pro-Am competitions, the Parkdean.