Trump Turnberry (Ailsa)
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%).
Special Offers Available
We have a number of special offers available so you can book, compete and save money on our events in Ayrshire during September.
11.38 – 12.00/12.44 -14.51
The Turnberry Experience
Want to play in both our Turnberry events?
We have put together a special package so you can enjoy the full Trump Turnberry experience with the NCG Top 100s Tour.
All Trump Turnberry experience packages include:
- 1 night Bed & Breakfast on September 29.
- Entry into NCG Top 100s Tour event on the King Robert The Bruce on September 29.
- Entry into NCG Top 100s Tour event on the Ailsa Course on September 30.
- Single room is based on single occupancy.
- Twin room is based on TWO people sharing.
Each NCG Top 100s Tour event is an individual stableford with 95% handicap allowance. The handicap limit is 24 for all golfers.
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
About Trump Turnberry (Ailsa)
Unlike some Open Championship venues, Turnberry is loved the world over. Ask the likes of Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Gary Player and Greg Norman about the Ailsa and prepare for fulsome praise. Apart from the visual splendour, they like it quite simply because it invariably rewards good shots. The crumpled fairways of Royal St George’s, for example, are not to the liking of everyone. Some find Royal Lytham & St Annes, walled in on three sides, visually underwhelming. And Carnoustie, while its class is not in question, can sometimes prove unplayable, as witnessed just prior to the turn of the millenium.
But Turnberry seems to inspire nothing but affection from all who visit – from Open champions to thrill-seeking holidaymakers. The reasons – while multitudinous – are generally obvious. The views are magnificent throughout, with Ailsa Craig offering a constant brooding presence. This huge, granite rock has a haunting, captivating quality. Sometimes brilliantly clear, and sometimes shrouded by cloud, often its outline blurs and then fades from view completely.