Set in 600 acres
of one of Scotlands most glorious country
estates, Rowallan boasts two of the finest castles
in the land. Generations have been enchanted by the
13th century castle, birthplace of Elizabeth Muir
the mother of Robert II, the first Stewart king of
Scotland, with its distinctive sweeping staircase
and manicured lawns.
7000 yards from the Championship tees Rowallan is a
modern classic, to compliment Ayrshires
existing golfing gems, from Prestwick, the
birthplace of the Open, to Royal Troon, and the
2009 Open Championship venue Turnberry.
views from the course to Ailsa Craig and Arran
glistening in the Firth of Clyde, to the abundance
of flora and fauna, a round at Rowallan is a
golfing memory that never fades.