Royal Troon

Royal Troon

Royal Troon Golf Course in Scotland

One of the best known links courses in Scotland, the Old Course at Troon is a challenging test of golfing ability.

The course is without doubt most famous for its short par 3 – 8th hole, the Postage Stamp, where veteran Majors champion Gene Sarazen got down in 1 and 2 on subsequent rounds of the 1973 Open Championship – a dramatic display watched by millions on TV around the world.

Where is Royal Troon Golf Course?

Course Information
Par: 71
SSS: 73
Number of holes: 18
Yards: 6641

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