Prestwick

Prestwick Golf Club is where The Open Championship was born. Designed as a 12-hole layout by Old Tom Morris in 1851, the first Open Championship was hosted here in 1860, and was played at Prestwick until 1873 when it moved to St. Andrews. The Open was hosted at Prestwick 24 times in total; only St. Andrews (26) has hosted more.

Considered one of Scotland’s finest five-star luxury resorts, overlooking the Firth of Clyde. Home of two championship golf courses, including world-ranked Turnberry Ailsa. Recent renovations to both the golf courses and accommodations have brought new life to this upscale golf hotel. A full-service spa is on-site, as well as a French restaurant and elegant tea lounge.
Upscale, four-star manor house hotel, where the back lawn overlooks Royal Troon Golf Club. Set on 30 acres of private, lush grounds. Two restaurants serving gourmet Scottish cuisine, and a private dining room. Their drawing room offers afternoon tea and a selection of whiskies.
Upper three-star country house hotel with only nine bedrooms, whose incredible location is it’s biggest draw. The back patio, set on hilltop, offers views along miles of coastline across the Firth of Clyde to the Isle of Arran beyond. Their restaurant specializing in local seafood offers some of the best dishes in all of Ayrshire.

 
Upscale, four/five-star golf and spa hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond. Five bars and restaurants offer plenty of dining options, from fine-dining Scottish cuisine to pizza! Their spa offers full beauty treatments, thermal cabins, indoor pool, and a rooftop infinity pool. Golf amenities include a Loch-side, 18-hole golf course, two putting greens, and a full driving range.