Annanhill Golf club is a public course situated on the western edge of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. A parkland course situated within the grounds of Annanhill estate with a medal par of 71.
Most fairways are tree-lined with regular out of bounds on both sides. The course is ideal for part time and serious golfers who enjoy their golf with generous fairways and small tight greens.
The feature hole is the 13th. A par 3 hole whereby you hit across a valley to a small green surrounded by bunkers and a drop off on all sides, very similar to the famous postage stamp at Troon, a par 3 here is a welcome relief.
Annanhill is an enjoyable course with a very difficult start. 3 of the first 5 holes are in the top five degrees of difficulty. The first is 440 yards with out of bounds right and a slope running off to the left, not many fours here. A dog leg par five 18th supplies the finishing touch. Out of bounds right and left and over the back of the green, the rounds not over till the balls safely in the hole.
Annanhill is well placed in East Ayrshire, 15 minutes from Troon, Turnberry about 40minutes with many of the open qualifying courses within 30 minutesí drive.