Turnberry is a village and golf resort on the Atlantic Coast of Scotland South Ayrshire. There are three links golf courses, a golf academy, a five-star hotel built in 1906, as well as lodge and cottage accommodation.
The Ailsa Course staged The Open Championship four times, in 1977, the course was the scene of a dual when Tom Watson claimed victory ahead of Jack Nicklaus. Greg Norman claimed his first major title at Turnberry in 1986, and Nick Price his second in 1994. Most recently, Stewart Cink won the Open at Turnerry in 2009.
Turnberry official website.
Accommodation in Turnberry
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Turnberry Resort, grand five star hotel right next to the Ailsa course.
Turnberry Golf Course Street View
Turnberry 2009 Open Winner – Stewart Cink
Congratulations to Stewart Cink, winner of the 2009 Open in Turnberry. Cink described his first major triumph as a surreal experience and paid tribute to his rival Tom Watson, who he beat in a play-off by six shots after the two had both finished the tournament two under. Visit the BBC Sport report on the 2009 Open for full details.
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