Membership offer: Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club

Prestwick St Nicholas

Prestwick St Nicholas is the 26th oldest golf club in the world and was founded in 1851 by Old Tom Morris and 27 other local men.

Measuring 6,044 yards, the par-69 course is a traditional Scottish links possessing sandy, free draining soil, gorse, deep bunkers and a seemingly ever-present wind which tests the skills of all players. The greens are maintained to the highest standards, with contours and borrows that are a true test of even the lowest handicap golfer.

The sandy soil allows golf to be played here all year round, with the course almost never closed in winter and the use of temporary winter greens extremely rare.

WIN A YEAR'S MEMBERSHIP AT PRESTWICK ST NICHOLAS GC

Over the years the Club has hosted qualifying rounds for the Open Championship and Scottish Amateur Championship, and in June 2018 the Scottish Ladies Senior Open Championship will be held over the links.

The clubhouse, originally built in 1892, is located on the seafront and has been modernised and upgraded over the years to provide a traditional, relaxing and comfortable atmosphere with spectacular views.

Current offers

New Full Member: £805
Six-Day Associate: £537
Country: £245
Intermediate (25-30): £403
Intermediate (18-24): £268
Junior: £120

Contact

Phone: 01292 477608
Email:margaretlow@prestwickstnicholas.com
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