Travelling To Scotland

The south west of Scotland is blessed with outstanding accessibility no matter what mode of travel you are using to get here.

Golf Made Simple in Scotland believe that by allowing the flexibility of arranging your own travel to Scotland you will be able to achieve maximum savings for you and your party.

Once you have arrived in Scotland, Golf Made Simple in Scotland will cater for your every need and ensure that you enjoy an excellent golfing holiday using the best facilities available.

Travel By Air

There are two main airports which serve south west Scotland.

Glasgow Prestwick International Airport

This airport is situated in the heart of Ayrshire. Ryanair is the main airline flying into Prestwick with a number of direct flights from London and Europe. Check out Ryanair for further details or visit Glasgow Prestwick International Airport for other carriers.

Glasgow International Airport

Glasgow is one of the UK's largest airports with direct flights from around the world. For more information visit Glasgow Airport. Glasgow Airport is less than an hours drive from Prestwick and Ayr.

Edinburgh Airport

You can also fly to Edinburgh Airport.

Travel By Road

From England head towards Carlisle, and then follow the M74. There are exits for Dumfries, Ayr and Kilmarnock. The scenic Galloway Tourist Route along the A713 is a beautiful alternative to the main roads and takes you right into the heart of golfing country.

From the north just head south towards Glasgow and then along the M77/A77 to Ayrshire.

Travel By Rail

Trains run regularly from Glasgow Central Station taking only 40 minutes to Troon, 45 minutes to Prestwick and Ayr. Visit Scotrail for timetables.

Travel By Sea

P&O ferries sail from Larne, Northern Ireland to Troon in just 109 minutes. Visit P&O Irish Sea for sailing times.