Although Turnberry has long been recognised as one of the world’s great golfing experiences, recent course developments on both the Ailsa and King Robert The Bruce have taken them to another level.
Our competitors really are walking in the footsteps of legends, with Turnberry having staged The Open on several occasions – most memorably the famous 1977 ‘Duel in the Sun’ between Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus.
Named after the King of Scotland who was born in Turnberry Castle and who went on to triumph at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314, the King Robert the Bruce course is a world class sibling to the legendary Ailsa course with great views, distinctive bunkering and swathes of gorse.
With Arran and Ailsa Craig as spectacular natural backdrops, the Ailsa course is one of the most highly regarded in the world. Following some clever recent developments, this masterpiece has got even better and is without question a golf experience not to be missed.
For those who don’t like too long a journey to the 1st tee, we have teamed up with Turnberry Resort to offer Links Golf Salver competitors discounted room rates when staying over at the on-site hotel. When you book your place in the competition, don’t forget to ask the organisers about our discounted room rates.
Experience warm Scottish hospitality from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave at this iconic landmark on the Ayrshire coastline. All rooms are superbly appointed, and our guests will also have access to the luxurious spa facilities – perfect to help you unwind after a day on the golf course.
Rates for B&B vary depending on room options, email firstname.lastname@example.org for full details.
> All competitors will play each of the two courses during the competition.
> The event is a 36 hole Stableford competition, and the player with the highest total score after two rounds will be declared the winner.
> Each round will be qualifying for handicap purposes.
> The event organisers reserve the right to amend the format of the competition should the number of entrants or weather conditions dictate.
> All entrants must be amateurs and members of recognised golf clubs, and hold an active or competitive handicap.
> Overseas entrants must provide proof of their exact handicap, which may be adjusted according to the Slope Rating of their home course.
> CDH numbers or handicap certificates must be provided before the start of the event.
> Entrants must be over the age of 18 on the date of the first round.
> Maximum handicap allowance is 24 for men and 36 for ladies – full handicap allowance is given.
> A draw will be produced for each days play, and the event will be played in 3 or 4 balls subject to numbers.
> Should any entrant wish to withdraw from the event, a full refund (less any charges incurred) will be guaranteed up until 2 months before the start date of the event. Withdrawals after this date will receive 50% of their entry fee, unless a replacement can be found.