Superb Scottish golf course in Dailly, Ayrshire, designed by Donald Steel; the Burns course measures 6566 yards from the Championship tees. Just a short drive from Royal Troon and Turnberry, Brunston Castle Golf Course is one of the best golf courses in Scotland.
Brunston Castle golf course is a hidden gem, the dream of a diamond merchant and designed by Donald Steel the Burns course comprises of 2 par 5's, 3 par 3's and 13 par 4's and measures 6556 yards from the Championship tees.
Split by the Water of Girvan which is a salmon river and sheltered by the rolling hills clever use of the natural contours and the creation of a number of strategically placed ponds have created some spectacular golf holes.
Pay Gray, Captain, presented the Trophy to Marian Wilson, and her two guests Christine Brown and Caroline Smith both from Wigtonshire County. An excellent day considering the tough conditions, rounding off with an excellent buffet upstairs at Dine Restaurant.
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Take a tour around this wonderful golf course in Ayrshire by visiting the gallery. Have you played the Burns course? We'd love to see your photographs, the best of which we'll add to the gallery page.
David Hunter, the well known Dailly historian, for whom the kingdom of Carrick has no secrets, was kind enough to tell us all he knew about Brunston Castle and Bargany.
Brunston Castle with it's Golf and Country Club can be found in the Parish of Dailly in that part of Ayrshire known as Carrick District. The Castle and it's policies lie entirely in the valley of the River Girvan and occupy both banks of the river.
The castle, now a ruin and all of the buildings associated with the Golf and Country Club are on the right bank of the river and running parallel with the river on it's left bank is the ancient track leading from Straiton to Girvan.