Golfers can enjoy nine holes on the Arran course or 18 holes on the King Robert the Bruce course, and polish their swing on a shared lesson
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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £79 for a 60-minute golf lesson and nine holes on the Arran course for two (up to 56% off)
- £89 for a 30-minute golf lesson with 18 holes on the King Robert the Bruce course for one (up to 46% off)
£50 supplement per person to upgrade option to play on King Robert the Bruce course.
£15 supplement for Sat-Sun bookings on King Robert the Bruce course.
The Fine Print
Expires 30 Sep 2019. Limit 1 per 1 or 2 people, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Booking required, please call 01655 334190; provide Groupon code. Subject to availability. Vouchers can be redeemed no more than 14 days in advance. Present printed Groupon on arrival. 24-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older. Those purchasing the option to play on the Arran Course can upgrade to play on King Robert the Bruce course for an additional £50 per person, tee times after midday. King Robert the Bruce Course option valid Mon-Fri, tee times after 12 noon. £15 supplement for Sat-Sun bookings on King Robert the Bruce course. Tuition times of 30 and 60 minutes are inclusive of introduction/consultation time. Voucher is not exchangeable for cash or valid with any other offers. Valid for option purchased only.
About Trump Turnberry Resort
At Trump Turnberry Resort, hospitality services are treated as seriously as possible. The five-star establishment boasts carefully designed bedrooms for weary travellers, as well as spa treatments to help tense muscles relax. Dining experiences are offered across five restaurants, including the signature 1906, where service traditionally begins at 7.06 p.m. Golf aficionados are in for a treat with three golf courses, including the Open Championship venue Ailsa and the 18-hole King Robert the Bruce. The latter overlooks the coastline and the lighthouse, sitting pretty near the ruins of Turnberry Castle, right where King Robert the Bruce was born in July 1274.