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Annanhill Golf Course

Annanhill Golf Course re-opened on Mon 1 June.

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Annanhill Golf Course, an 18-hole course situated on the outskirts of Kilmarnock is open to residents and visitors alike. Set in the scenic surroundings of Annanhill Estate, the 5954 yard parkland course has a par of 71 and has something to delight and challenge all players from beginners to seasoned pros.  

The feature 13th hole is reminiscent of the famous "Postage Stamp" at Royal Troon, the par three is played across a valley to a raised, small green heavily guarded by bunkers. The course’s other holes feature tree-lined fairways that are fairly wide, so wayward shots are not too greatly punished!

Offering a unique playing experience and new to Annanhill, our new state of the art golf boards are available for hire. An easy-to-ride fully electric vehicle that adds a whole new level of fun and excitement which also allow for a quicker round of golf. Golfers of all ages can now "Surf the Earth" from shot-to-shot. Annanhill is one of only 2 courses in Scotland to offer golf boards for hire. 

With our affordable season ticket and pay and play options, golf at Annanhill is open to everyone.


Season tickets are priced at £210 / £125 conc (65yrs+, unemployed, disabled, full time students, under 18’s & carers) and can be purchased from the Starter’s Office - 01563 521512


Payment and tee off times for Pay and Play can also be made by telephoning the Starter’s Office on 01563 521512. A round will cost £22/£12 conc

Annanhill Score Card

If you wish to become a member of the club, an annual membership is £120 or £60 for frontline workers. To apply for a club membership, please email or 

Front line workers are classed as;

Health & social care: such as doctors, nurses, midwives, paramedics and social workers.

Education and childcare: such as those in the social care sector, teachers, specialist education professionals.

Key public services: such as those working in the justice system, religious staff or charity staff. 

Local & national governmentsuch as those working in the payment of benefits.

Food & goods provisions: such as workers in the food production and distribution supply chain, as well as those in sales and delivery. This also includes those who work in the production of hygiene and medical goods.

Public safety & national security: such as the police, Ministry of Defence civilians, armed forces, fire service employees, security, prison and probation staff

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