Kilmarnock Barassie

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Price: £60

Your entry fee includes a bacon sandwich and a tea or coffee on arrival, your green fee and a one course meal after your round.

If the clubhouse or catering is closed due to COVID-19, a takeaway alternative will be provided.

Discounts apply to Top 100s Tour members (20%) and bookings of four or more (10%).


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Tee Times

10.00 – 14.00


The Gailes Hotel is the perfect hub if you’re planning on playing in any of our Ayrshire Autumn Swing events with breakfast included each day. 

We have secured great rates and all of our accommodation offers are fully covered by our COVID-19 policy. 

AND, not just that, you will be entered into a prize draw to win a TaylorMade driver if you book your accommodation through us. 


About Kilmarnock Barassie

Anyone who commuted to Royal Troon by train from Glasgow on their way to 2016’s Open Championship will have enjoyed their journeys up and down the Ayrshire coast. The temptation must have been to hop off at one of the stations and change into spikes, because for a 10-mile stretch it’s like one big golf course. If you don’t know the area especially well it’s difficult to see where one layout stops and the other starts.

The railway skirts past the likes of DundonaldWestern Gailes, Troon itself and – beyond that – Prestwick. It comes into play on every one of them, although never more so than on Troon’s 11th or Prestwick’s infamous 1st.

Just opposite Western Gailes, on your left as you travel towards Troon by rail, is another layout of the highest quality. Unassuming, modest and partly concealed beyond tall pines is Kilmarnock Barassie. You could be excused for missing it if you were staring out to sea on your way past.

But that would be a shame, because although there may be as many as a dozen courses within a 10-mile radius that are more famous, few can rival its rich history or the quality of its carpet-like greens.

Although the club celebrated its centenary back in 1987 however, it has recently undergone significant change. The decision was taken to add nine new holes, partly to ensure the existing course never became outdated and partly to secure the future of a portion of land that might otherwise one day have become housing or an industrial estate.

Top 100s Ranking

NCG Top 100s Tour: Scotland


1st: TaylorMade Spider X Putter

2nd: TaylorMade FlexTech Standbag

3rd: TaylorMade Milled Grind 2 Wedge

NTP 1: Three Dozen TaylorMade TP5 Golf Balls

NTP 2: Three Dozen TaylorMade TP5 Golf Balls

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