Located at the heart of Ayrshire’s golf coast lies a modern links golf masterpiece. Effortlessly combining heritage and tradition with contemporary surroundings and luxurious finishing touches, Dundonald Links is fast becoming one of the most sought-after golf resorts in Scotland.
Designed by Kyle Phillips, Dundonald Links was home to the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open in 2015, 2016 and 2017, The Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in 2017 and the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open in 2022, which will return in 2023. In addition, Final Qualifying for The Open Championship will be held at Dundonald Links from 2023 until 2026.
Set on the west coast of Scotland, Dundonald Links is changing the face of stay and play links golf breaks. With a stunning course and five-star facilities, come and stay, play, dine, and relax in the home of golf.
Enjoy a round or two on our par 72 course, dine in a world-class Canny Crow restaurant and relax and unwind in a luxury accommodation.
They are luxury accommodations located next to the golf course, made to measure, with different room options that offer the best comfort for golfers. The lodges have excellent quality, inspired by the golf course and the nature of the place, with unique details for golfers.
The rooms are very close to the club house, and are equipped with everything the modern golfer could need, they are modern and contemporary spaces, ideal for resting and relaxing between rounds. Each suite incorporates subtle reflections of the surrounding Scottish landscape: from the cedar cladding to our sloping ceilings, they are a nod to the extraordinary natural beauty of the place.
Time to book
We recommend planning a golfing trip to this destination at least 6 months in advance; you might also want to combine this destination with other locations in Scotland or UK.
When to travel
The best time to travel to Scotland is from May to September, as there will be a mild climate with little precipitation. We recommend booking 120 to 200 days in advance.