Ayrshire Golf Scotland

West Kilbride Golf Club

When playing West Kilbride Golf Club you have magnificent views in all directions ". The Course is situated on the Ayrshire coast, with spectacular views across the Firth of Clyde to the beautiful island of Arran. The penalty for the views is that the Course is exposed and many problems may then arise depending on the direction of the wind.

West Kilbride Golf Club is a championship links course which benefits from its location on the west coast, giving mild winters and all year round playing conditions. The Club is proud to have been selected as the host venue for the 2023 R&A Senior's Home Internationals as well as the 2025 Scottish Boys' Championship. 

The course lies on a beautiful strip of links land and raised beach adjacent to the coastal village of Seamill, West Kilbride and is the most northerly of Ayrshire’s true links courses. With its magnificent views of Arran, Bute and Cowal it makes a wonderful venue for the game and a fine test of golf.

In similar fashion to St. Andrews, the course follows an anti-clockwise route with a loop at the far end around the turn. Unlike St. Andrews though, out of bounds features frequently and nerves of steel are often required. 

The entire course is exposed to even the slightest breeze but with the strongest of winds coming from the South West and North West these are the times you will experience links golf at its most demanding. Even in benign weather take care – holes like the 3rd and 13th will catch out those that release a careless drive (or second shot) and the 16th is a links masterpiece to relish.


33-35 Fullerton Drive
West Kilbride
KA23 9HT

01294 823911
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