The Links at Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club
Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club is the 26th oldest Golf Club in the world. Old Tom Morris, winner of four Open Championships, was a founding/honorary member of the club, a traditional Scottish links golf course occupying a prime position on the shores of the Firth of Clyde.
The deep bunkers, running fairways, undulating greens and strands of gorse test the skills of players of all abilities and at 6044 yards, this par 69 course is a must for amateur golfers of all ages.
The splendid clubhouse sits yards from the shoreline and the finely manicured fairways offer year round golf on a firm and generally frost free footing. The course is playable when many others are not.
"I am delighted to say that I managed a quick day trip down to Prestwick St Nicholas yesterday to play a round with my father in law. The weather was stunning (7-8 degrees warmer than East Lothian) and the course condition was nothing short of amazing particularly the greens.
After yesterday’s experience, I am keener than ever to secure Country Membership at the earliest opportunity!" David Cockerton 5/5/17