The course at Largs is rather unusual in that although it is
situated on the coast, it has all the features of a fine inland
parkland course. Whilst not being a long course at just over 6,
100-yards, it calls for good course management. The 386-yard par
four ninth is a beautiful hole, complemented by Kelburn Castle, yet
is also one of the trickiest on the course. A long tee shot is
required to get into position for another long shot to the green.
The burn comes into play after a short drive, when the golfer is
faced with the question of 'going for it' or laying up short of the
burn. The split-level green deserves to be treated with respect as
the borrow running through it is anything but obvious.
Played on: 5 May 2019 Review date: 6 May 2019Handicap: 3.1
Verassende uitdagende parkbaan. Hier en daar mooie vergezichten. De kwaliteit van onderhoud is prima. De greens zijn snel en met veel verborgen slopes.
Het clubhuis is zoals er velen zijn in de UK, weinig sfeer maar met erg vriendelijk personeel.