Welcome to Barassie Links
Barassie, located on the outskirts of Troon on Scotland’s South West Coast, has twenty seven holes with which to test the golfer, complemented by first-rate facilities in the clubhouse.
Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club offers everything golfers would expect from a Scottish seaside golf course, challenging fairways and greens as well as a friendly, welcoming membership. The Club, which has an extensive history, has been offering golfers a magnificent links golf challenge in Ayrshire since the 1800s.The club is always delighted to welcome visitors from any part of the world, to build on our existing popularity with golfers from Europe, the United States and all corners of the UK and Ireland.
Within striking distance of Royal Troon, Prestwick and Turnberry, the course is an Open Championship Final Qualifying venue with a well-deserved reputation for some of the best maintained greens in Scotland. The club has produced a number of fine players since its inception, most notably Jim Milligan, Gordon Sherry and Jack McDonald who all played in winning Walker Cup Teams.
We are sure you’ll find Barassie to be a great day out and look forward to welcoming you to the challenges of links golf.
Euan Walker Selected for GB&I Team for 47th Walker Cup
Congratulations from all at Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club are extended to our very own Euan Walker, who has been selected to represent Great Britain and Ireland against the United States of America in the upcoming 47th Walker Cup Match to be held at Royal Liverpool from 7th-8th September 2019.
This is a fully deserved reward for his exceptional performances throughout this year, most notably his victory in the African Amateur Championship in January and his consecutive runners-up finishes in both the Amateur Championship and the European Amateur Championship in June.
For full details on the GB&I Walker Cup team for 2019, please see the below link for further information
Everyone at Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club wishes Euan and the rest of the GB&I team the best of luck in the quest to regain the trophy from the USA.