Trump Turnberry (King Robert the Bruce)

About the course

Many people don’t know that this iconic lighthouse, commissioned by the family of famous author Robert Louis Stevenson, is located in the middle of the ruins of Turnberry Castle. It was in this medieval castle that King Robert the Bruce was born in July 1274. Turnberry is steeped in strong history, which led us to name our new golf course after King Robert the Bruce, the historic warrior who led Scotland to win its right to independence at the Battle of Bannockburn in June 1314.
Martin Ebert, who was the architect responsible for the reborn Ailsa, has once again been commissioned to create a world-class golf experience that will excite golfers of all abilities. The breathtaking views from the 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th holes of the King Robert the Bruce will delight golfers with spectacular views of the breathtaking Turnberry coastline, castle ruins and lighthouse. The overall design concept for the course was to introduce fairway bunkers with sand and marram grass “eyebrow” areas that entice risk or reward shots, while the bunkers on the greens are shaped and neatly revetted to require perfect recovery shots. The King Robert the Bruce course, with 18 holes of magnificent golf, reinforces Trump Turnberry’s reputation as a true golfer’s paradise.

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Ranking Scotland 40
Architect Mackenzie Ebert
Year of foundation 1901
Par Course 72
Number of holes 18
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