Belleisle Golf Course, opened in 1927 and designed by James Braid is widely recognised as one of Britain’s finest public parkland courses. Retaining much of its original design, the classic course works its way through the picturesque Belleisle Estate. Combining the natural landscape with spectacular views to Arran this 6446yd, par 71 course is a must for any Braid fan.


Seafield, often recognised as ‘Belleisle’s little sister’, sits proudly within the magnificent grounds of Belleisle Estate. Opened in 1907 and redesigned to its current layout by James Braid in 1927 it offers a rare combination of links and parkland holes that will test the skills and talents of even the most experienced golfer.

At only 5481yds and Par 67, and offering generous fairways, Seafield is perfect those new to the game. It will still challenge the more accomplished golfer as its defence with small, well protected greens, which ensures accuracy with the short irons and putter, are key to a good score here.

Played alone, or in combination with its ‘big sister’, Seafield offers a relaxing and enjoyable game of golf with some stunning scenery too.