Welcome to Western Gailes Golf Club
Since golf was first played in 1427 Scotland has long since been regarded as its home and a sporting mecca for lovers and players of this great and ancient game.
The reputation of Western Gailes as one of the game’s ﬁnest and more exacting courses has spread worldwide as evidenced by its numerous visitors from around the world including golﬁng legends from this and the last century.
The great Harry Vardon arrived at Western Gailes in June 1903 celebrating his fourth Open victory. In 1923 its attractions were being lauded by the then US Open Champion Gene Sarazen who played the course with three other outstanding professionals.
Greats from the second half of the 20th century such as Gary Player, Tom Watson and Tony Jacklin have also visited, while from the modern game Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy and Bubba Watson have all tested their mettle over this classic links course.
Come and walk in the footsteps of some legends of the great game of golf.
Visit us here in Scotland at Western Gailes!
If you enjoy the challenge of links golf, Western Gailes will test your skills to the limit. Regarded by many as the hidden gem of Scottish links, it is a course that we believe should be in every golfer’s “must play” list.
David Livingstone, Sky Sports