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Rowallan Castle Golf Club

Address Rowallan Castle Golf Club
Kilmaurs, Ayrshire KA3 2LP
Telephone Golf enquiries +44(0) 1563 530 550
Wedding enquiries +44(0) 1563 531 212
Glasshouse Restaurant +44(0) 1563 572 678
Holes Championship course with stunning views to Ailsa Craig and Arran. Uniquely, Rowallan Castle also boasts a 19th hole "The Money Hole", a testing long par 3 where "serious golfers will settle their bets before enjoying a well deserved refreshment in the other 19th".
Yardage Championship tees 7000 yards
Par 71
Visitors Rowallan is a Members Club that welcomes visitors everyday. Check with the clubhouse on availability of tee-off times. Handicap limits: 24 for Gentlemen and 28 for Ladies.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Societies Special rates may be granted for large groups and corporate days. Contact for details.
Green Fees
Course Designer Colin Montgomerie in 2010, his first course in the British Isles
Location Rowallan is situated near Fenwick in the heart of picturesque Ayrshire, a 20-minute drive from the centre of Glasgow.
25 minutes from Glasgow International Airport
10 minutes from Glasgow Prestwick International Airport
NB - Some Satellite Navigation systems will direct you to a farm road. Rowallan Castle Golf Club is clearly marked at the entrance to the Estate.
Facilities Clubhouse nestling between the "Old" castle and Europe's only 19th hole
Glasshouse Restaurant & Bar offering fine views of the testing 8th green and the challenging par 5 ninth hole
Corporate events / Special events
Refreshments terrace beside the putting green
Full practice area / Indoor teaching Academy / Resident Pro / Full video playback
Caddies may be arranged with advance notice of one full week
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About Rowallan Set in 600 acres of one of Scotland's most glorious country estates, Rowallan boasts two of the finest castles in the land.
The original Rowallan Castle dates back to the thirteenth century, the era of Robert the Bruce and William Wallace. The estate was birthplace of Elizabeth Muir, mother of Robert II, the first Stewart King of Scotland.
The Rowallan Estate was laid out in its existing form by Mungo Mure in 1513 and was home to the Campbells of Loudoun from 1690 until the late 19th century, when the "new" Rowallan Castle was added to the estate.
The course features "Colin's trademark pot bunkers, tricky undulating greens and a layout that requires careful course management to score well."

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Love the place
Mark: 9
Value For Money: Good
alan ward May 25, 2016

2011 & 2012
Been a member of this course for last 2 years and am really disappointed with it.
The fairways are very wet / poorly drained and this really takes away from the experience of the course. It's a great layout and has some nice holes - the par 3's are very good, but overall its badly let down by the general lack of drainage throughout.
The Club are now at last trying to improve this, but still seem to be trying to do this "on the cheap" with limited drainage / going in here and there, not an real solution in my opinion...
Its not really set up for members, seems to be more interested in visiting parties.
I think the management needs to improve or course will be doomed to fail.
Mark: 3
Value For Money: Poor
rcmember November 22, 2012
Driving Range
Hours am - pm
Bays 8 bays / Full practice area / Distance markers / Balls
Covered N/A
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing N/A
Floodlit N/A
Prices balls: £
balls : £

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