Parking: Public parking is available, please follow directional signage onsite
Refreshments: There are public catering facilities, and food and drink can be bought onsite
Toilets: Public toilets are located in the car park and around the golf course
How To Get There:
Dundonald Links is situated near Troon in Ayrshire, just 30 minutes from Glasgow International Airport and 5 minutes from Prestwick Airport.
From Glasgow, take the M77 south towards Kilmarnock/Ayr. At the Dutchhouse Roundabout, follow signs for the A78 Irvine. Head north on the A78 towards Irvine for 5 miles and at the next roundabout take the second exit on the left. The entrance to Dundonald Links is half a mile along on the left hand side. Please follow signs for Dundonald Links (not Dundonald Village).
From Prestwick Airport, take the A78 towards Irvine and after 5 miles on this road at the first roundabout take the second exit on the left. The entrance to Dundonald Links is half a mile along on the left hand side.
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The nearest train station to Dundonald Links is Irvine. ScotRail will be providing a normal rail service. For details on booking and timetables, please visit ScotRail’s website.
Travelling short distance by bus:
Travelling longer distance by bus:
- National Express provides coach services from several cities in England and Wales.
- Megabus, owned by Stagecoach, also provides similar return services to Scotland from destinations in England.
- Scottish Citylink also provides a service from England to Scotland.
Dundonald Links is served by the Port of Troon (approx 5 miles), Ardrossan (approx 14 miles) and Cairnryan (approx 54 miles).
There are some pedestrian facilities in the vicinity of the Dundonald Links site. Access to the site for those visitors who do choose to walk to the site will be available at the shuttle bus access gates from the U66.
Bicycles are not permitted within the confines of the golf course.
Spectators with guide dogs or hearing dogs will be welcome at the Ladies Scottish Open.
North Ayrshire boasts a superb selection of accommodation and a broad mixture of great things to do and see. To help plan your trip to the North Ayrshire area please, see below for useful links: