Our Club plays on the world famous Turnberry Golf Courses on a beautiful peninsula of links land on the coast of South Ayrshire, with spectacular views across the Firth of Clyde to the islands of Arran and Ailsa Craig, the Mull of Kintyre and even to Ireland on a clear day.
It is a legendary place on the headland of which stands the iconic lighthouse built in 1873 by Thomas and David Stevenson, the father and uncle of the famous writer, Robert Louis Stevenson, on a site amidst the ruined walls of Turnberry castle where legend has it that Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland, was born in 1274.
The silhouette of the lighthouse and ruined castle has become a symbol of Turnberry recognised by golfers worldwide, since it appeared on the first membership cards of Turnberry Golf Club.
The magnificent Turnberry Hotel sits inland overlooking the courses at about 100 feet above sea level and it owns and manages the golf courses, clubhouse and golf academy. Our Club has playing privileges and we are proud of our association with the Hotel for over 100 years.
Within this site, we hope that visitors will find much of interest and that members will find all the information they require about the Club's activities, progress, events, competitions and rules.
An opportunity has arisen for a limited number of applications for membership of Turnberry Golf Club. Turnberry Golf Club plays on the prestigious Ailsa and Kintyre Championship Courses of The Turnberry Resort set on the magnificent Ayrshire coast, the Ailsa Course being considered one of the most scenic and challenging of the Open Championship venues. Application forms can be downloaded from the website by clicking on "Membership" in the menu on the left..