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Belleisle Golf Course - Ayrshire, United Kingdom

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Belleisle Golf Course, Ayr, Ayrshire, KA7 4DU, United Kingdom

01292 441258
Length: 6446yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 72

About the Golf Club

Belleisle, in the main town of Ayr, is far from a course of modest aspiration. Designed by James Braid in 1927, simply to satisfy an increasingly insatiable demand for the game. It is rather a course of genuine and proven quality, providing an enjoyable challenge to hordes of appreciative golfers who are only too happy to sing its many praises.

Belleisle is a classic and a parkland course of genuine character. Set in the harmonious woodland of Belleisle Park, its beech tree lined and extra long fairways are interlaced by the serpentine like Curtecan Burn.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

I love Bellisle, having played it a number of times now, but if anybody can tell me why the marker for the 2nd shot into the second green points you toward the right hand rough I'll be very happy to hear from them. We watched the group in front of us aiming that way and ultimately losing their balls and holding up play. On our previous visit we had done exactly the same thing (all 4 of us!) because we were playing blind shots on a course we hadn't played for years. Hence this is surely something that must be looked at. I have also spoken to other golfers who have played here who fell into the same trap. Greens every time I've played were as good as you'll find anywhere in Scotland.

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