Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club is a traditional Scottish links golf course on the shores of the Firth of Clyde.
The course and Club are steeped in history – indeed one of its founder members was Old Tom Morris who was based in Prestwick prior to returning east to St Andrews and his place in golfing legend.
The splendid clubhouse sits yards from the shoreline which is lapped by waters warmed by the Gulf Stream and the finely manicured course offers year round golf on a firm and generally frost-free footing.
The Club and its course are well regarded in Scottish golfing circles and, to reflect this, 2007 saw the Club host the Scotland v England (under 16) Boys International and the West of Scotland Ladies Inter-County Championship.
In 2008 St Nicholas was one of the three courses (the others being Kingsbarns and Dunbar) selected to host rounds in the inaugural Linksland Series Championship for Scottish Young Professionals. 2009 saw the Club acting as host to the finals of the Scottish Club Championship and, again, to one of the rounds of the Linksland Series Championship for Scottish Young Professionals.
Testing your golfing skills on these fine links and enjoying our dining and bar facilities as the sun sets over the island of Arran with Ailsa Craig in the distance are experiences not to be missed.