|Architect||Old Tom Morris|
Prestwick is the courses with a large history. It is the first course who hosted the British Open in 1860. Except for a few changes in the design, course is still in original condition and offers really great moments. Players will enjoy a truly fun here. Lots of inequalities, sand dunes and grassy vegetation. Due to the fact that the course is more or less of his original character, so there is a large number of blindly shoots, where players have to show their feel for the game and strategy. Very interesting course in many ways and every golfer should try to play on this links. Incidentally, if you will have a jacket and tie on this course, so you have the opportunity to get drink at the 19th hole.