Largs Golf Club

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Largs Golf Club first opened its doors in 1891 as a 9-hole course; later in 1953 it was extended to an 18-hole course. Originally designed by Willie Campbell who was regarded as one of the finest players of his time.

This 18-hole parkland course lies south of Largs, North Ayrshire and boasts stunning views over the Clyde estuary and the distant islands of Cumbrae, Bute and Arran.

The course is made up of lush fairways, meandering burns, bunkers and hosts a cunning little ditch to test the nerves of players, allowing you a fair yet rewarding challenge.

This course invites you to play a variety of pars, arguably the most difficult is hole 11, a par 4. For this one you need to navigate the forests where a marker is partly visible, to show you the way!



Largs Golf Club, Irvine Road, Ayrshire, KA30 8EU

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