Joining a golf club will make it easier to meet new people to play with. You will find plenty of fellow members you feel comfortable with and who play at a time and level that suits your lifestyle and experience.

Many clubs have thriving sections of men, ladies, seniors and juniors who organise and run competitions, teams and social golf.

The handicap system in golf allows players of any age, experience or skill to play together and enjoy a competitive game. If the club is affiliated to Scottish Golf you can acquire a handicap.

There’s no better way to make friends in the sport than getting involved in the social life of your golf club. You’ll find your golf club welcoming, full of potential new friendships with a busy social calendar featuring quizzes, event nights and an annual captain’s ball.

However you want to join and whatever your lifestyle, you are sure to find a club that suits your needs, here are some of many clubs that use Golf South Ayrshire as their home…

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Abbotsford Golf ClubNorrie
Ailsa Craig Golf ClubDouglas
Ayr Belleisle Golf
Ayr Carrick Golf ClubColin
Ayr Seafield Golf ClubJason
Ayr Seafield Ladies Golf ClubLesley
Belleisle Ladies Golf ClubJessie
Tam O’Shanter Golf ClubDouglas
Wallace Golf ClubColin
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Ayr Dalmilling Golf ClubRobert
Ayr Dalmilling Ladies Golf ClubMargaret Holmes
Ayr Neptune Golf ClubMike
Drongan Golf ClubQuintin
Wallacetown Golf ClubDan
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Girvan Golf ClubBill Tait
Girvan Ladies Golf ClubJill
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Maybole Ladies Golf ClubCath