Gailes, Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland, KA11 5AE
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Formed in 1897, Western Gailes is situated on the west coast of Scotland, in Ayshire.
Played between the railway and the sea, so typical of the classic Ayshire links courses, it is noted among seaside courses that are no more than two holes wide, in having its clubhouse in a fairly central position leaving seven holes to the north and eleven to the south.
The wind challenges are compounded by the undulating terrain and finely contoured greens set in the folds of the surrounding sand dunes.
Notable features include the dunes running down the coastal stretch from the 5th to 13th, the out of bounds wall from the 14th onwards, plus plentiful pot bunkers and meandering burns. All combine to present variety and a memorable challenge.
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RANKING #52 "From the course guide: "The course is never other than an excellent test of true links golf" Could not have put it better myself" "On a day when you would want to play golf with the sun on your back, larks in the sky and views out to Arran and Ailsa Craig, Western Gailes is very hard to beat"