Golf and Recreation in Ayrshire

There is so much fun to be had in Ayrshire and Arran - from relaxing on the beaches and playing beach games, to having some all-weather fun in one of the local pools, visiting a farm, taking a long, leisurely walk and spotting the variety of wildlife or taking up a sporting adventure, from horse racing or go karting. Then there is Golf, Golf and more Golf. Links, Parkland, Heathland...famous old courses and shiny new ones. Some of Scotland's most famous, most challenging and most stunning golf courses can be found here in Ayrshire.

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Goatfell Mountain

The Arran skyline is dominated by the jagged summits and ridges of Goatfell and the surrounding hills, providing a dramatic backdrop to Brodick Castle

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Mapes Cycle Hire and Toy Shop

With so many fantastic bikes of all shapes and sizes to hire from Mapes, its no wonder the Isle of Cumbrae is known as 'Bicycle Island'.

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Cumbrae Marine Boat Trips

Cumbrae Marine

Boat Charters, Wildlife Tours, Sea Angling and Diving - enjoy the most stunnin scenery around the West Coast of Scotland.

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Golfing in Ayrshire

Public (Municipal) Golf Courses In Ayrshire

All the information you need with contact details for playing Golf at Municipal Courses in Ayrshire

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Arran Golf

Golf on the Isle of Arran

There are seven golf courses on Arran - it's one of the things that this beautiful island is famous for. Here is all the info Golfers need to Tee off!

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Ayr Racecourse

Ayr Racecourse

Ayr Racecourse, the premier Racecourse in Scotland and home to the Scottish Grand National and Ayr Gold Cup Festivals.

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Ocean Breeze Rib Tours

Ocean Breeze Rib Tours

An exciting Power Boat adventure! Discover the abundance of aquatic wildlife around Arran and the Firth of Clyde.

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Scottish Industrial Railway Centre, Dalmellington

The Scottish Industrial Railway Centre

The Group was founded in 1974 with a view to preserving Scottish industrial railway heritage.

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Explore the River Ayr Way

The River Ayr Way, East Ayrshire

Experience Ayrshire’s most varied and beautiful countryside, enjoy relaxing accommodation, welcoming pubs and award winning restaurants.

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Visions Leisure in Cumnock

Visions Leisure Centre

fitness & leisure facilities for all the family, since 2004 and is a real focal point in the community.

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The Magnum Centre, Irvine

Magnum Leisure

A great day out for all the family. Pool, ice rink, soft play, fast food, theatre/cinema, dry sports, bar and restaurant.

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Turnberry Adventures

Test your skills at Air Rifle, Clay Shooting, master the art of the Long Bow, or race across rugged terrain on Yahama Grizzly quad bikes!

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Troon swimming pool and gym

Troon Swimming Pool

The pool at Troon is 25m with 4 lanes. There is also a small teaching pool and a spectator area for up to 35 people.

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Lang Scots Mile

The Lang Scots Mile

Generally a Scottish mile was longer than a mile in England, a fact which was immortalised by Robert Burns in his poem "Tam o' Shanter".

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