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Kilbirnie Place Golf Club - Ayrshire, United Kingdom

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Kilbirnie Place Golf Club, Kilbirnie, Ayrshire, KA25 7AT, United Kingdom

01505 683398
Length: 5500yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 69

About the Golf Club

Welcome to Kilbirnie Place Golf Club. Kilbirnie Place consists of a par 69 parkland course.

Its relatively short length of some 5500 yds is compensated by tricky greens and natural hazards.

Having enjoyed your round you can relax with a drink and something to eat in our friendly clubhouse.

From the panoramic view overlooking the 18th green, you can watch how it should .............. or shouldn't be done.

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We are now offering a special deal on video analysis

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There are some great deals on drivers and putters

Check out the new wet weather range

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

I grew up and played my golf at Kilbirnie Place as a junior. I returned in October 2002 for the first time in over a decade and I rated the greens as amongst the best I have played in recent years. I live in Devon and have been lucky enough to play all the top courses there - so that is a complement. I alway felt Kilbirnie was under-rated. The first four holes all have pitfalls even for the very good player. The eighth is a very tough par three and danger lurks behind 11. The drive at 12 has got harder over the years with the growth of trees while the 14th is a good green to hit. Technology has made some of the holes easier than 20 years ago - but that's the case everywhere. If you are in the area play Kilbirnie Place and you'll enjoy it.

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