The Links Golf Cup Ayrshire is a Must-play Experience for Links Lovers
The Links Golf Cup (www.linksgolfcup.co.uk/links-golf-cup-ayrshire/) in Ayrshire, known as ‘The Birthplace of The Open Championship’, has proved to be a must-play experience for links lovers since its inception in 2015 with this year proving to be no exception with just a final few spots available in this year’s field.
The event, which this year takes place from September 3 to 7, regularly attracts amateur golfers travelling from all over the world to this mecca of golf, drawn by the lure of exhilarating links golf on this wild and windy coastline.
Little wonder given the 72-hole individual Stableford tournament offers golf over four of the finest championship links courses in Scotland, namely Western Gailes, Gailes Links, Kilmarnock Barassie and Dundonald Links whilst the option of playing the nearby Open Championship venues of Troon, Turnberry and Prestwick on the event rest day make this event an irresistible opportunity to play five days of pure Scottish links.
In addition to providing the opportunity of playing such revered courses, The Links Golf Cup Ayrshire gives amateurs the chance to test their mettle against like-minded, international golfers, making it both a challenging and interesting experience.
At just over £300 per person for four rounds of golf, attendance at the presentation dinner and a goodie bag, The Links Golf Cup Ayrshire also offers unprecedented value when compared to the individual green fees rates alone at this time of the year.
Experienced golf event organisers, Hybrid Golf, launched The Links Golf Cup Ayrshire following the success of The Links Golf Cup East Lothian on Scotland’s east coast that it has now been running for seven years.