Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club

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Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club is the 26th oldest Golf Club in the world. Old Tom Morris winner of four Open Championships was a founding/honorary member of the club, a trad…
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Total score

  • course maintenance8.0
  • facilities7.6
  • clubhouse8.0
  • Value for money8.3
  • hospitality8.4
  • surroundings8.0
  • restaurant6.8

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Played on: 2 April 2020
Handicap while playing: 3.7

presswick st nicholas, ottima ospitalita e qualita grande rispetto al prezzo. links nn difficile, per tutti, bei green, finale semplice ma moti par tre assai difficili a prestwick vale la pena.

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Played on: 13 September 2019

En mycket rolig bana i väldigt bra skick till ett bra pris

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Played on: 27 August 2019
Handicap while playing: 12.5

Langes Wochenende an der Westküste Schottlands. Ein Linksplatz wie er sein sollte. Wellige Fairways, schnelle Greens, vielfach erhöht und gegen das Fairways abfallend, ein mittelschwerer Platz. Es der 26te älteste Platz der Welt, insbesondere auf den Fairways ist das alter nicht spurlos vorübergegangen. Personal ist sehr freundlich und Hilfsbereit.

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Courses at Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club

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The Links at Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club

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Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club originally played on the 12 holes which comprised Prestwick Golf Club. In 1877 the Club moved to a different site in Prestwick but the ground was only leased on a short term basis and the Committee took action to ensure they got ground they would ultimately call their own. In 1892 the Club moved to its present site and 18 holes were laid out by the Club’s first professional, John Allan, and Charlie Hunter who had succeeded Tom Morris as professional at Prestwick Golf Club. The course is a traditional Scottish links possessing as it does a sandy, free draining soil, gorse, deep bunkers and a seemingly ever present wind which tests the skills of players of all abilities. The sandy soil allows golf to be played here all year round as the heaviest rain drains away very speedily. The Prestwick St Nicholas course lies between the Ayr to Glasgow railway line and the Firth of Clyde – the presence of the latter has resulted in golfers being able to admire the truly stunning scenery of the Ayrshire coast.

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