THE ARRAN IRON MAN GOLF CHALLENGE

19th August 2017, Play 7x Golf Courses, 1 day!

£110 Arran Iron Man Challenge
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With seven golf courses, the Isle of Arran is in a unique position to host Scotland’s toughest golf marathon. Open to locals and visitors alike, there are prizes for the players who get round all seven courses with the lowest score between the hours of 04:00 and 23:00 on 19 August. Places are limited so you'll have to be quick to book! The route is detailed below and the competition will officially start at Whiting Bay Golf Club at 04:00 where all players and teams will assemble. Interested? You can enter by buying an Arran Golf Pass online from the above link. This special pass is also valid for 12 months – which means that after the competition, competitors can play one round of golf on any of Arran's seven courses at a more leisurely pace! Your ticket will be posted recorded delivery and a tracking number supplied with a confirmation email. Groups are welcome, simply tell the organisers in advance. Like any sporting competition, you must be fit enough to meet the criteria of the event. Although it’s not as demanding as running a marathon, during the competition you’ll be covering a distance equal to a half marathon over varied terrain. The nine-hole courses at Lochranza, Corrie and Machrie don’t have golf buggies, but the other courses do so we advise that you reserve buggies in advance if you need them. Irons? The name is only intended to suggest the level of the challenge. You don’t have to play only with irons but if that works for you, then go for it! Is it men only? Absolutely not, the competition is open to everyone. Golf often has a stuffy image, but Arran golf courses are proud to offer a warm welcome and aim to give all their visitors a memorable, positive experience. The name of the competition is simply a play on words to suggest endurance, golf irons and location. Arrival All clubs will be expecting you and have your names. They’re also block booked according to the timings below, so the course ahead of you will be clear. Can I play off competition tees? You can play off competition tees if you like. Ladies can play off the red tees if preferred, as can juniors. The ideal would be the yellow tees by way of an average. No extra special acknowledgement will be reflected by playing off the competition tees. Order of play The competition is organised in a way that makes maximum use of time and daylight. Starting at sunrise, you’ll play the east facing clubs first: Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick. Whiting Bay is also the most southernly club, so you’ll work your way north and west from there. You can choose whether to play Brodick third or last. The courses and timings have been calculated to balance clearing the schedule for a fluid moving competition and allowing the public to play. Handicap Scoring will be based on the Stableford system with additional prizes for the golfers who get round on the lowest nett score. Dress code Absolutely anything you like: diving suit, Scooby Doo costume, mankini - or even shorts and polo shirt. Just remember the midgies though. Age group The competition is open to all age groups. Arran information and accommodation Information about the island can be found at www.visitarran.com which lists how to get here, accommodation and more. Do I have to collect scorecards in advance? Scorecards will be provided on the day along with an information sheet. Players must hand the scorecards in at the end of the competition. I'm a vegetarian Please let us know! Because we’re planning to welcome you at Whiting Bay with sausage rolls and bacon rolls to set you up for the day ahead. So if that’s not your thing, tell us when you book and we’ll provide an alternative. Four ball Competitors can play in four ball teams. Team names will be announced before the start of the competition. Transport Transport is available for early bookers. And once these places have been filled, you’ll have to arrange your own transport. Charities Teams or players are welcome to play for a charity if they wish. Rules Competitors will adhere to club rules. Late arrivals Late arrivals may still enter, but any provision regarding to transport, buggies or tee times will be at the discretion of the club. Late arrivals are classified as by up to 1-2 hours, not 1 day or more. Photography and social media Spread the word! Competitors are welcome to publicise the event on social media and take photographs and video. Presentation The results and prizes will be announced at Brodick Golf Club, 22:00 after all competitors have finished (or abandoned!) the competition. Depending on final arrival of the last competitors this may be moved to the morning of Sunday, 20 August. Prizes 1st A Night at The Douglas Hotel 2nd Arran Hamper 3rd Arran Whisky 4th Golf pass xth Wooden spoon Schedule 18 Holes Start 04:00 Whiting Bay 06:30 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play 06:45 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 07:00 Lamlash 10:00 3 hrs estimated play 10:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Brodick then Shiskine or Machrie here then carry on the schedule finishing at Corrie. 12 Holes 10:45 Shiskine 13:00 2 hrs 15 mins estimated play 13:15 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Machrie then Shiskine here then carry on the schedule. 9 Holes 13:30 Machrie 15:00 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 15:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 15:45 Lochranza 17:15 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 17:35 0 hrs 20 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 17:55 Corrie 19:25 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 20:00 0 hrs 35 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 20:05 Brodick 22:35 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play The proposed route is available below; ﷯

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With seven golf courses, the Isle of Arran is in a unique position to host Scotland’s toughest golf marathon. Open to locals and visitors alike, there are prizes for the players who get round all seven courses with the lowest score between the hours of 04:00 and 23:00 on 19 August. Places are limited so you'll have to be quick to book! The route is detailed below and the competition will officially start at Whiting Bay Golf Club at 04:00 where all players and teams will assemble. Interested? You can enter by buying an Arran Golf Pass online from the above link. This special pass is also valid for 12 months – which means that after the competition, competitors can play one round of golf on any of Arran's seven courses at a more leisurely pace! Your ticket will be posted recorded delivery and a tracking number supplied with a confirmation email. Groups are welcome, simply tell the organisers in advance. Like any sporting competition, you must be fit enough to meet the criteria of the event. Although it’s not as demanding as running a marathon, during the competition you’ll be covering a distance equal to a half marathon over varied terrain. The nine-hole courses at Lochranza, Corrie and Machrie don’t have golf buggies, but the other courses do so we advise that you reserve buggies in advance if you need them. Irons? The name is only intended to suggest the level of the challenge. You don’t have to play only with irons but if that works for you, then go for it! Is it men only? Absolutely not, the competition is open to everyone. Golf often has a stuffy image, but Arran golf courses are proud to offer a warm welcome and aim to give all their visitors a memorable, positive experience. The name of the competition is simply a play on words to suggest endurance, golf irons and location. Arrival All clubs will be expecting you and have your names. They’re also block booked according to the timings below, so the course ahead of you will be clear. Can I play off competition tees? You can play off competition tees if you like. Ladies can play off the red tees if preferred, as can juniors. The ideal would be the yellow tees by way of an average. No extra special acknowledgement will be reflected by playing off the competition tees. Order of play The competition is organised in a way that makes maximum use of time and daylight. Starting at sunrise, you’ll play the east facing clubs first: Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick. Whiting Bay is also the most southernly club, so you’ll work your way north and west from there. You can choose whether to play Brodick third or last. The courses and timings have been calculated to balance clearing the schedule for a fluid moving competition and allowing the public to play. Handicap Scoring will be based on the Stableford system with additional prizes for the golfers who get round on the lowest nett score. Dress code Absolutely anything you like: diving suit, Scooby Doo costume, mankini - or even shorts and polo shirt. Just remember the midgies though. Age group The competition is open to all age groups. Arran information and accommodation Information about the island can be found at www.visitarran.com which lists how to get here, accommodation and more. Do I have to collect scorecards in advance? Scorecards will be provided on the day along with an information sheet. Players must hand the scorecards in at the end of the competition. I'm a vegetarian Please let us know! Because we’re planning to welcome you at Whiting Bay with sausage rolls and bacon rolls to set you up for the day ahead. So if that’s not your thing, tell us when you book and we’ll provide an alternative. Four ball Competitors can play in four ball teams. Team names will be announced before the start of the competition. Transport Transport is available for early bookers. And once these places have been filled, you’ll have to arrange your own transport. Charities Teams or players are welcome to play for a charity if they wish. Rules Competitors will adhere to club rules. Late arrivals Late arrivals may still enter, but any provision regarding to transport, buggies or tee times will be at the discretion of the club. Late arrivals are classified as by up to 1-2 hours, not 1 day or more. Photography and social media Spread the word! Competitors are welcome to publicise the event on social media and take photographs and video. Presentation The results and prizes will be announced at Brodick Golf Club, 22:00 after all competitors have finished (or abandoned!) the competition. Depending on final arrival of the last competitors this may be moved to the morning of Sunday, 20 August. Prizes 1st A Night at The Douglas Hotel 2nd Arran Hamper 3rd Arran Whisky 4th Golf pass xth Wooden spoon Schedule 18 Holes Start 04:00 Whiting Bay 06:30 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play 06:45 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 07:00 Lamlash 10:00 3 hrs estimated play 10:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Brodick then Shiskine or Machrie here then carry on the schedule finishing at Corrie. 12 Holes 10:45 Shiskine 13:00 2 hrs 15 mins estimated play 13:15 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Machrie then Shiskine here then carry on the schedule. 9 Holes 13:30 Machrie 15:00 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 15:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 15:45 Lochranza 17:15 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 17:35 0 hrs 20 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 17:55 Corrie 19:25 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 20:00 0 hrs 35 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 20:05 Brodick 22:35 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play The proposed route is available below; ﷯
With seven golf courses, the Isle of Arran is in a unique position to host Scotland’s toughest golf marathon. Open to locals and visitors alike, there are prizes for the players who get round all seven courses with the lowest score between the hours of 04:00 and 23:00 on 19 August. Places are limited so you'll have to be quick to book! The route is detailed below and the competition will officially start at Whiting Bay Golf Club at 04:00 where all players and teams will assemble. Interested? You can enter by buying an Arran Golf Pass online from the above link. This special pass is also valid for 12 months – which means that after the competition, competitors can play one round of golf on any of Arran's seven courses at a more leisurely pace! Your ticket will be posted recorded delivery and a tracking number supplied with a confirmation email. Groups are welcome, simply tell the organisers in advance. Like any sporting competition, you must be fit enough to meet the criteria of the event. Although it’s not as demanding as running a marathon, during the competition you’ll be covering a distance equal to a half marathon over varied terrain. The nine-hole courses at Lochranza, Corrie and Machrie don’t have golf buggies, but the other courses do so we advise that you reserve buggies in advance if you need them. Irons? The name is only intended to suggest the level of the challenge. You don’t have to play only with irons but if that works for you, then go for it! Is it men only? Absolutely not, the competition is open to everyone. Golf often has a stuffy image, but Arran golf courses are proud to offer a warm welcome and aim to give all their visitors a memorable, positive experience. The name of the competition is simply a play on words to suggest endurance, golf irons and location. Arrival All clubs will be expecting you and have your names. They’re also block booked according to the timings below, so the course ahead of you will be clear. Can I play off competition tees? You can play off competition tees if you like. Ladies can play off the red tees if preferred, as can juniors. The ideal would be the yellow tees by way of an average. No extra special acknowledgement will be reflected by playing off the competition tees. Order of play The competition is organised in a way that makes maximum use of time and daylight. Starting at sunrise, you’ll play the east facing clubs first: Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick. Whiting Bay is also the most southernly club, so you’ll work your way north and west from there. You can choose whether to play Brodick third or last. The courses and timings have been calculated to balance clearing the schedule for a fluid moving competition and allowing the public to play. Handicap Scoring will be based on the Stableford system with additional prizes for the golfers who get round on the lowest nett score. Dress code Absolutely anything you like: diving suit, Scooby Doo costume, mankini - or even shorts and polo shirt. Just remember the midgies though. Age group The competition is open to all age groups. Arran information and accommodation Information about the island can be found at www.visitarran.com which lists how to get here, accommodation and more. Do I have to collect scorecards in advance? Scorecards will be provided on the day along with an information sheet. Players must hand the scorecards in at the end of the competition. I'm a vegetarian Please let us know! Because we’re planning to welcome you at Whiting Bay with sausage rolls and bacon rolls to set you up for the day ahead. So if that’s not your thing, tell us when you book and we’ll provide an alternative. Four ball Competitors can play in four ball teams. Team names will be announced before the start of the competition. Transport Transport is available for early bookers. And once these places have been filled, you’ll have to arrange your own transport. Charities Teams or players are welcome to play for a charity if they wish. Rules Competitors will adhere to club rules. Late arrivals Late arrivals may still enter, but any provision regarding to transport, buggies or tee times will be at the discretion of the club. Late arrivals are classified as by up to 1-2 hours, not 1 day or more. Photography and social media Spread the word! Competitors are welcome to publicise the event on social media and take photographs and video. Presentation The results and prizes will be announced at Brodick Golf Club, 22:00 after all competitors have finished (or abandoned!) the competition. Depending on final arrival of the last competitors this may be moved to the morning of Sunday, 20 August. Prizes 1st A Night at The Douglas Hotel 2nd Arran Hamper 3rd Arran Whisky 4th Golf pass xth Wooden spoon Schedule 18 Holes Start 04:00 Whiting Bay 06:30 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play 06:45 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 07:00 Lamlash 10:00 3 hrs estimated play 10:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Brodick then Shiskine or Machrie here then carry on the schedule finishing at Corrie. 12 Holes 10:45 Shiskine 13:00 2 hrs 15 mins estimated play 13:15 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Machrie then Shiskine here then carry on the schedule. 9 Holes 13:30 Machrie 15:00 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 15:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 15:45 Lochranza 17:15 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 17:35 0 hrs 20 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 17:55 Corrie 19:25 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 20:00 0 hrs 35 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 20:05 Brodick 22:35 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play The proposed route is available below; ﷯
With seven golf courses, the Isle of Arran is in a unique position to host Scotland’s toughest golf marathon. Open to locals and visitors alike, there are prizes for the players who get round all seven courses with the lowest score between the hours of 04:00 and 23:00 on 19 August. Places are limited so you'll have to be quick to book! The route is detailed below and the competition will officially start at Whiting Bay Golf Club at 04:00 where all players and teams will assemble. Interested? You can enter by buying an Arran Golf Pass online from the above link. This special pass is also valid for 12 months – which means that after the competition, competitors can play one round of golf on any of Arran's seven courses at a more leisurely pace! Your ticket will be posted recorded delivery and a tracking number supplied with a confirmation email. Groups are welcome, simply tell the organisers in advance. Like any sporting competition, you must be fit enough to meet the criteria of the event. Although it’s not as demanding as running a marathon, during the competition you’ll be covering a distance equal to a half marathon over varied terrain. The nine-hole courses at Lochranza, Corrie and Machrie don’t have golf buggies, but the other courses do so we advise that you reserve buggies in advance if you need them. Irons? The name is only intended to suggest the level of the challenge. You don’t have to play only with irons but if that works for you, then go for it! Is it men only? Absolutely not, the competition is open to everyone. Golf often has a stuffy image, but Arran golf courses are proud to offer a warm welcome and aim to give all their visitors a memorable, positive experience. The name of the competition is simply a play on words to suggest endurance, golf irons and location. Arrival All clubs will be expecting you and have your names. They’re also block booked according to the timings below, so the course ahead of you will be clear. Can I play off competition tees? You can play off competition tees if you like. Ladies can play off the red tees if preferred, as can juniors. The ideal would be the yellow tees by way of an average. No extra special acknowledgement will be reflected by playing off the competition tees. Order of play The competition is organised in a way that makes maximum use of time and daylight. Starting at sunrise, you’ll play the east facing clubs first: Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick. Whiting Bay is also the most southernly club, so you’ll work your way north and west from there. You can choose whether to play Brodick third or last. The courses and timings have been calculated to balance clearing the schedule for a fluid moving competition and allowing the public to play. Handicap Scoring will be based on the Stableford system with additional prizes for the golfers who get round on the lowest nett score. Dress code Absolutely anything you like: diving suit, Scooby Doo costume, mankini - or even shorts and polo shirt. Just remember the midgies though. Age group The competition is open to all age groups. Arran information and accommodation Information about the island can be found at www.visitarran.com which lists how to get here, accommodation and more. Do I have to collect scorecards in advance? Scorecards will be provided on the day along with an information sheet. Players must hand the scorecards in at the end of the competition. I'm a vegetarian Please let us know! Because we’re planning to welcome you at Whiting Bay with sausage rolls and bacon rolls to set you up for the day ahead. So if that’s not your thing, tell us when you book and we’ll provide an alternative. Four ball Competitors can play in four ball teams. Team names will be announced before the start of the competition. Transport Transport is available for early bookers. And once these places have been filled, you’ll have to arrange your own transport. Charities Teams or players are welcome to play for a charity if they wish. Rules Competitors will adhere to club rules. Late arrivals Late arrivals may still enter, but any provision regarding to transport, buggies or tee times will be at the discretion of the club. Late arrivals are classified as by up to 1-2 hours, not 1 day or more. Photography and social media Spread the word! Competitors are welcome to publicise the event on social media and take photographs and video. Presentation The results and prizes will be announced at Brodick Golf Club, 22:00 after all competitors have finished (or abandoned!) the competition. Depending on final arrival of the last competitors this may be moved to the morning of Sunday, 20 August. Prizes 1st A Night at The Douglas Hotel 2nd Arran Hamper 3rd Arran Whisky 4th Golf pass xth Wooden spoon Schedule 18 Holes Start 04:00 Whiting Bay 06:30 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play 06:45 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 07:00 Lamlash 10:00 3 hrs estimated play 10:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Brodick then Shiskine or Machrie here then carry on the schedule finishing at Corrie. 12 Holes 10:45 Shiskine 13:00 2 hrs 15 mins estimated play 13:15 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Machrie then Shiskine here then carry on the schedule. 9 Holes 13:30 Machrie 15:00 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 15:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 15:45 Lochranza 17:15 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 17:35 0 hrs 20 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 17:55 Corrie 19:25 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 20:00 0 hrs 35 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 20:05 Brodick 22:35 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play The proposed route is available below; ﷯
With seven golf courses, the Isle of Arran is in a unique position to host Scotland’s toughest golf marathon. Open to locals and visitors alike, there are prizes for the players who get round all seven courses with the lowest score between the hours of 04:00 and 23:00 on 19 August. Places are limited so you'll have to be quick to book! The route is detailed below and the competition will officially start at Whiting Bay Golf Club at 04:00 where all players and teams will assemble. Interested? You can enter by buying an Arran Golf Pass online from the above link. This special pass is also valid for 12 months – which means that after the competition, competitors can play one round of golf on any of Arran's seven courses at a more leisurely pace! Your ticket will be posted recorded delivery and a tracking number supplied with a confirmation email. Groups are welcome, simply tell the organisers in advance. Like any sporting competition, you must be fit enough to meet the criteria of the event. Although it’s not as demanding as running a marathon, during the competition you’ll be covering a distance equal to a half marathon over varied terrain. The nine-hole courses at Lochranza, Corrie and Machrie don’t have golf buggies, but the other courses do so we advise that you reserve buggies in advance if you need them. Irons? The name is only intended to suggest the level of the challenge. You don’t have to play only with irons but if that works for you, then go for it! Is it men only? Absolutely not, the competition is open to everyone. Golf often has a stuffy image, but Arran golf courses are proud to offer a warm welcome and aim to give all their visitors a memorable, positive experience. The name of the competition is simply a play on words to suggest endurance, golf irons and location. Arrival All clubs will be expecting you and have your names. They’re also block booked according to the timings below, so the course ahead of you will be clear. Can I play off competition tees? You can play off competition tees if you like. Ladies can play off the red tees if preferred, as can juniors. The ideal would be the yellow tees by way of an average. No extra special acknowledgement will be reflected by playing off the competition tees. Order of play The competition is organised in a way that makes maximum use of time and daylight. Starting at sunrise, you’ll play the east facing clubs first: Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick. Whiting Bay is also the most southernly club, so you’ll work your way north and west from there. You can choose whether to play Brodick third or last. The courses and timings have been calculated to balance clearing the schedule for a fluid moving competition and allowing the public to play. Handicap Scoring will be based on the Stableford system with additional prizes for the golfers who get round on the lowest nett score. Dress code Absolutely anything you like: diving suit, Scooby Doo costume, mankini - or even shorts and polo shirt. Just remember the midgies though. Age group The competition is open to all age groups. Arran information and accommodation Information about the island can be found at www.visitarran.com which lists how to get here, accommodation and more. Do I have to collect scorecards in advance? Scorecards will be provided on the day along with an information sheet. Players must hand the scorecards in at the end of the competition. I'm a vegetarian Please let us know! Because we’re planning to welcome you at Whiting Bay with sausage rolls and bacon rolls to set you up for the day ahead. So if that’s not your thing, tell us when you book and we’ll provide an alternative. Four ball Competitors can play in four ball teams. Team names will be announced before the start of the competition. Transport Transport is available for early bookers. And once these places have been filled, you’ll have to arrange your own transport. Charities Teams or players are welcome to play for a charity if they wish. Rules Competitors will adhere to club rules. Late arrivals Late arrivals may still enter, but any provision regarding to transport, buggies or tee times will be at the discretion of the club. Late arrivals are classified as by up to 1-2 hours, not 1 day or more. Photography and social media Spread the word! Competitors are welcome to publicise the event on social media and take photographs and video. Presentation The results and prizes will be announced at Brodick Golf Club, 22:00 after all competitors have finished (or abandoned!) the competition. Depending on final arrival of the last competitors this may be moved to the morning of Sunday, 20 August. Prizes 1st A Night at The Douglas Hotel 2nd Arran Hamper 3rd Arran Whisky 4th Golf pass xth Wooden spoon Schedule 18 Holes Start 04:00 Whiting Bay 06:30 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play 06:45 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 07:00 Lamlash 10:00 3 hrs estimated play 10:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Brodick then Shiskine or Machrie here then carry on the schedule finishing at Corrie. 12 Holes 10:45 Shiskine 13:00 2 hrs 15 mins estimated play 13:15 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Machrie then Shiskine here then carry on the schedule. 9 Holes 13:30 Machrie 15:00 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 15:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 15:45 Lochranza 17:15 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 17:35 0 hrs 20 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 17:55 Corrie 19:25 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 20:00 0 hrs 35 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 20:05 Brodick 22:35 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play The proposed route is available below; ﷯
With seven golf courses, the Isle of Arran is in a unique position to host Scotland’s toughest golf marathon. Open to locals and visitors alike, there are prizes for the players who get round all seven courses with the lowest score between the hours of 04:00 and 23:00 on 19 August. Places are limited so you'll have to be quick to book! The route is detailed below and the competition will officially start at Whiting Bay Golf Club at 04:00 where all players and teams will assemble. Interested? You can enter by buying an Arran Golf Pass online from the above link. This special pass is also valid for 12 months – which means that after the competition, competitors can play one round of golf on any of Arran's seven courses at a more leisurely pace! Your ticket will be posted recorded delivery and a tracking number supplied with a confirmation email. Groups are welcome, simply tell the organisers in advance. Like any sporting competition, you must be fit enough to meet the criteria of the event. Although it’s not as demanding as running a marathon, during the competition you’ll be covering a distance equal to a half marathon over varied terrain. The nine-hole courses at Lochranza, Corrie and Machrie don’t have golf buggies, but the other courses do so we advise that you reserve buggies in advance if you need them. Irons? The name is only intended to suggest the level of the challenge. You don’t have to play only with irons but if that works for you, then go for it! Is it men only? Absolutely not, the competition is open to everyone. Golf often has a stuffy image, but Arran golf courses are proud to offer a warm welcome and aim to give all their visitors a memorable, positive experience. The name of the competition is simply a play on words to suggest endurance, golf irons and location. Arrival All clubs will be expecting you and have your names. They’re also block booked according to the timings below, so the course ahead of you will be clear. Can I play off competition tees? You can play off competition tees if you like. Ladies can play off the red tees if preferred, as can juniors. The ideal would be the yellow tees by way of an average. No extra special acknowledgement will be reflected by playing off the competition tees. Order of play The competition is organised in a way that makes maximum use of time and daylight. Starting at sunrise, you’ll play the east facing clubs first: Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick. Whiting Bay is also the most southernly club, so you’ll work your way north and west from there. You can choose whether to play Brodick third or last. The courses and timings have been calculated to balance clearing the schedule for a fluid moving competition and allowing the public to play. Handicap Scoring will be based on the Stableford system with additional prizes for the golfers who get round on the lowest nett score. Dress code Absolutely anything you like: diving suit, Scooby Doo costume, mankini - or even shorts and polo shirt. Just remember the midgies though. Age group The competition is open to all age groups. Arran information and accommodation Information about the island can be found at www.visitarran.com which lists how to get here, accommodation and more. Do I have to collect scorecards in advance? Scorecards will be provided on the day along with an information sheet. Players must hand the scorecards in at the end of the competition. I'm a vegetarian Please let us know! Because we’re planning to welcome you at Whiting Bay with sausage rolls and bacon rolls to set you up for the day ahead. So if that’s not your thing, tell us when you book and we’ll provide an alternative. Four ball Competitors can play in four ball teams. Team names will be announced before the start of the competition. Transport Transport is available for early bookers. And once these places have been filled, you’ll have to arrange your own transport. Charities Teams or players are welcome to play for a charity if they wish. Rules Competitors will adhere to club rules. Late arrivals Late arrivals may still enter, but any provision regarding to transport, buggies or tee times will be at the discretion of the club. Late arrivals are classified as by up to 1-2 hours, not 1 day or more. Photography and social media Spread the word! Competitors are welcome to publicise the event on social media and take photographs and video. Presentation The results and prizes will be announced at Brodick Golf Club, 22:00 after all competitors have finished (or abandoned!) the competition. Depending on final arrival of the last competitors this may be moved to the morning of Sunday, 20 August. Prizes 1st A Night at The Douglas Hotel 2nd Arran Hamper 3rd Arran Whisky 4th Golf pass xth Wooden spoon Schedule 18 Holes Start 04:00 Whiting Bay 06:30 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play 06:45 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 07:00 Lamlash 10:00 3 hrs estimated play 10:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Brodick then Shiskine or Machrie here then carry on the schedule finishing at Corrie. 12 Holes 10:45 Shiskine 13:00 2 hrs 15 mins estimated play 13:15 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Machrie then Shiskine here then carry on the schedule. 9 Holes 13:30 Machrie 15:00 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 15:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 15:45 Lochranza 17:15 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 17:35 0 hrs 20 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 17:55 Corrie 19:25 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 20:00 0 hrs 35 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 20:05 Brodick 22:35 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play The proposed route is available below; ﷯
With seven golf courses, the Isle of Arran is in a unique position to host Scotland’s toughest golf marathon. Open to locals and visitors alike, there are prizes for the players who get round all seven courses with the lowest score between the hours of 04:00 and 23:00 on 19 August. Places are limited so you'll have to be quick to book! The route is detailed below and the competition will officially start at Whiting Bay Golf Club at 04:00 where all players and teams will assemble. Interested? You can enter by buying an Arran Golf Pass online from the above link. This special pass is also valid for 12 months – which means that after the competition, competitors can play one round of golf on any of Arran's seven courses at a more leisurely pace! Your ticket will be posted recorded delivery and a tracking number supplied with a confirmation email. Groups are welcome, simply tell the organisers in advance. Like any sporting competition, you must be fit enough to meet the criteria of the event. Although it’s not as demanding as running a marathon, during the competition you’ll be covering a distance equal to a half marathon over varied terrain. The nine-hole courses at Lochranza, Corrie and Machrie don’t have golf buggies, but the other courses do so we advise that you reserve buggies in advance if you need them. Irons? The name is only intended to suggest the level of the challenge. You don’t have to play only with irons but if that works for you, then go for it! Is it men only? Absolutely not, the competition is open to everyone. Golf often has a stuffy image, but Arran golf courses are proud to offer a warm welcome and aim to give all their visitors a memorable, positive experience. The name of the competition is simply a play on words to suggest endurance, golf irons and location. Arrival All clubs will be expecting you and have your names. They’re also block booked according to the timings below, so the course ahead of you will be clear. Can I play off competition tees? You can play off competition tees if you like. Ladies can play off the red tees if preferred, as can juniors. The ideal would be the yellow tees by way of an average. No extra special acknowledgement will be reflected by playing off the competition tees. Order of play The competition is organised in a way that makes maximum use of time and daylight. Starting at sunrise, you’ll play the east facing clubs first: Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick. Whiting Bay is also the most southernly club, so you’ll work your way north and west from there. You can choose whether to play Brodick third or last. The courses and timings have been calculated to balance clearing the schedule for a fluid moving competition and allowing the public to play. Handicap Scoring will be based on the Stableford system with additional prizes for the golfers who get round on the lowest nett score. Dress code Absolutely anything you like: diving suit, Scooby Doo costume, mankini - or even shorts and polo shirt. Just remember the midgies though. Age group The competition is open to all age groups. Arran information and accommodation Information about the island can be found at www.visitarran.com which lists how to get here, accommodation and more. Do I have to collect scorecards in advance? Scorecards will be provided on the day along with an information sheet. Players must hand the scorecards in at the end of the competition. I'm a vegetarian Please let us know! Because we’re planning to welcome you at Whiting Bay with sausage rolls and bacon rolls to set you up for the day ahead. So if that’s not your thing, tell us when you book and we’ll provide an alternative. Four ball Competitors can play in four ball teams. Team names will be announced before the start of the competition. Transport Transport is available for early bookers. And once these places have been filled, you’ll have to arrange your own transport. Charities Teams or players are welcome to play for a charity if they wish. Rules Competitors will adhere to club rules. Late arrivals Late arrivals may still enter, but any provision regarding to transport, buggies or tee times will be at the discretion of the club. Late arrivals are classified as by up to 1-2 hours, not 1 day or more. Photography and social media Spread the word! Competitors are welcome to publicise the event on social media and take photographs and video. Presentation The results and prizes will be announced at Brodick Golf Club, 22:00 after all competitors have finished (or abandoned!) the competition. Depending on final arrival of the last competitors this may be moved to the morning of Sunday, 20 August. Prizes 1st A Night at The Douglas Hotel 2nd Arran Hamper 3rd Arran Whisky 4th Golf pass xth Wooden spoon Schedule 18 Holes Start 04:00 Whiting Bay 06:30 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play 06:45 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 07:00 Lamlash 10:00 3 hrs estimated play 10:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Brodick then Shiskine or Machrie here then carry on the schedule finishing at Corrie. 12 Holes 10:45 Shiskine 13:00 2 hrs 15 mins estimated play 13:15 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Machrie then Shiskine here then carry on the schedule. 9 Holes 13:30 Machrie 15:00 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 15:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 15:45 Lochranza 17:15 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 17:35 0 hrs 20 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 17:55 Corrie 19:25 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 20:00 0 hrs 35 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 20:05 Brodick 22:35 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play The proposed route is available below; ﷯
With seven golf courses, the Isle of Arran is in a unique position to host Scotland’s toughest golf marathon. Open to locals and visitors alike, there are prizes for the players who get round all seven courses with the lowest score between the hours of 04:00 and 23:00 on 19 August. Places are limited so you'll have to be quick to book! The route is detailed below and the competition will officially start at Whiting Bay Golf Club at 04:00 where all players and teams will assemble. Interested? You can enter by buying an Arran Golf Pass online from the above link. This special pass is also valid for 12 months – which means that after the competition, competitors can play one round of golf on any of Arran's seven courses at a more leisurely pace! Your ticket will be posted recorded delivery and a tracking number supplied with a confirmation email. Groups are welcome, simply tell the organisers in advance. Like any sporting competition, you must be fit enough to meet the criteria of the event. Although it’s not as demanding as running a marathon, during the competition you’ll be covering a distance equal to a half marathon over varied terrain. The nine-hole courses at Lochranza, Corrie and Machrie don’t have golf buggies, but the other courses do so we advise that you reserve buggies in advance if you need them. Irons? The name is only intended to suggest the level of the challenge. You don’t have to play only with irons but if that works for you, then go for it! Is it men only? Absolutely not, the competition is open to everyone. Golf often has a stuffy image, but Arran golf courses are proud to offer a warm welcome and aim to give all their visitors a memorable, positive experience. The name of the competition is simply a play on words to suggest endurance, golf irons and location. Arrival All clubs will be expecting you and have your names. They’re also block booked according to the timings below, so the course ahead of you will be clear. Can I play off competition tees? You can play off competition tees if you like. Ladies can play off the red tees if preferred, as can juniors. The ideal would be the yellow tees by way of an average. No extra special acknowledgement will be reflected by playing off the competition tees. Order of play The competition is organised in a way that makes maximum use of time and daylight. Starting at sunrise, you’ll play the east facing clubs first: Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick. Whiting Bay is also the most southernly club, so you’ll work your way north and west from there. You can choose whether to play Brodick third or last. The courses and timings have been calculated to balance clearing the schedule for a fluid moving competition and allowing the public to play. Handicap Scoring will be based on the Stableford system with additional prizes for the golfers who get round on the lowest nett score. Dress code Absolutely anything you like: diving suit, Scooby Doo costume, mankini - or even shorts and polo shirt. Just remember the midgies though. Age group The competition is open to all age groups. Arran information and accommodation Information about the island can be found at www.visitarran.com which lists how to get here, accommodation and more. Do I have to collect scorecards in advance? Scorecards will be provided on the day along with an information sheet. Players must hand the scorecards in at the end of the competition. I'm a vegetarian Please let us know! Because we’re planning to welcome you at Whiting Bay with sausage rolls and bacon rolls to set you up for the day ahead. So if that’s not your thing, tell us when you book and we’ll provide an alternative. Four ball Competitors can play in four ball teams. Team names will be announced before the start of the competition. Transport Transport is available for early bookers. And once these places have been filled, you’ll have to arrange your own transport. Charities Teams or players are welcome to play for a charity if they wish. Rules Competitors will adhere to club rules. Late arrivals Late arrivals may still enter, but any provision regarding to transport, buggies or tee times will be at the discretion of the club. Late arrivals are classified as by up to 1-2 hours, not 1 day or more. Photography and social media Spread the word! Competitors are welcome to publicise the event on social media and take photographs and video. Presentation The results and prizes will be announced at Brodick Golf Club, 22:00 after all competitors have finished (or abandoned!) the competition. Depending on final arrival of the last competitors this may be moved to the morning of Sunday, 20 August. Prizes 1st A Night at The Douglas Hotel 2nd Arran Hamper 3rd Arran Whisky 4th Golf pass xth Wooden spoon Schedule 18 Holes Start 04:00 Whiting Bay 06:30 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play 06:45 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 07:00 Lamlash 10:00 3 hrs estimated play 10:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Brodick then Shiskine or Machrie here then carry on the schedule finishing at Corrie. 12 Holes 10:45 Shiskine 13:00 2 hrs 15 mins estimated play 13:15 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Machrie then Shiskine here then carry on the schedule. 9 Holes 13:30 Machrie 15:00 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 15:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 15:45 Lochranza 17:15 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 17:35 0 hrs 20 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 17:55 Corrie 19:25 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 20:00 0 hrs 35 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 20:05 Brodick 22:35 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play The proposed route is available below; ﷯
With seven golf courses, the Isle of Arran is in a unique position to host Scotland’s toughest golf marathon. Open to locals and visitors alike, there are prizes for the players who get round all seven courses with the lowest score between the hours of 04:00 and 23:00 on 19 August. Places are limited so you'll have to be quick to book! The route is detailed below and the competition will officially start at Whiting Bay Golf Club at 04:00 where all players and teams will assemble. Interested? You can enter by buying an Arran Golf Pass online from the above link. This special pass is also valid for 12 months – which means that after the competition, competitors can play one round of golf on any of Arran's seven courses at a more leisurely pace! Your ticket will be posted recorded delivery and a tracking number supplied with a confirmation email. Groups are welcome, simply tell the organisers in advance. Like any sporting competition, you must be fit enough to meet the criteria of the event. Although it’s not as demanding as running a marathon, during the competition you’ll be covering a distance equal to a half marathon over varied terrain. The nine-hole courses at Lochranza, Corrie and Machrie don’t have golf buggies, but the other courses do so we advise that you reserve buggies in advance if you need them. Irons? The name is only intended to suggest the level of the challenge. You don’t have to play only with irons but if that works for you, then go for it! Is it men only? Absolutely not, the competition is open to everyone. Golf often has a stuffy image, but Arran golf courses are proud to offer a warm welcome and aim to give all their visitors a memorable, positive experience. The name of the competition is simply a play on words to suggest endurance, golf irons and location. Arrival All clubs will be expecting you and have your names. They’re also block booked according to the timings below, so the course ahead of you will be clear. Can I play off competition tees? You can play off competition tees if you like. Ladies can play off the red tees if preferred, as can juniors. The ideal would be the yellow tees by way of an average. No extra special acknowledgement will be reflected by playing off the competition tees. Order of play The competition is organised in a way that makes maximum use of time and daylight. Starting at sunrise, you’ll play the east facing clubs first: Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick. Whiting Bay is also the most southernly club, so you’ll work your way north and west from there. You can choose whether to play Brodick third or last. The courses and timings have been calculated to balance clearing the schedule for a fluid moving competition and allowing the public to play. Handicap Scoring will be based on the Stableford system with additional prizes for the golfers who get round on the lowest nett score. Dress code Absolutely anything you like: diving suit, Scooby Doo costume, mankini - or even shorts and polo shirt. Just remember the midgies though. Age group The competition is open to all age groups. Arran information and accommodation Information about the island can be found at www.visitarran.com which lists how to get here, accommodation and more. Do I have to collect scorecards in advance? Scorecards will be provided on the day along with an information sheet. Players must hand the scorecards in at the end of the competition. I'm a vegetarian Please let us know! Because we’re planning to welcome you at Whiting Bay with sausage rolls and bacon rolls to set you up for the day ahead. So if that’s not your thing, tell us when you book and we’ll provide an alternative. Four ball Competitors can play in four ball teams. Team names will be announced before the start of the competition. Transport Transport is available for early bookers. And once these places have been filled, you’ll have to arrange your own transport. Charities Teams or players are welcome to play for a charity if they wish. Rules Competitors will adhere to club rules. Late arrivals Late arrivals may still enter, but any provision regarding to transport, buggies or tee times will be at the discretion of the club. Late arrivals are classified as by up to 1-2 hours, not 1 day or more. Photography and social media Spread the word! Competitors are welcome to publicise the event on social media and take photographs and video. Presentation The results and prizes will be announced at Brodick Golf Club, 22:00 after all competitors have finished (or abandoned!) the competition. Depending on final arrival of the last competitors this may be moved to the morning of Sunday, 20 August. Prizes 1st A Night at The Douglas Hotel 2nd Arran Hamper 3rd Arran Whisky 4th Golf pass xth Wooden spoon Schedule 18 Holes Start 04:00 Whiting Bay 06:30 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play 06:45 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 07:00 Lamlash 10:00 3 hrs estimated play 10:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Brodick then Shiskine or Machrie here then carry on the schedule finishing at Corrie. 12 Holes 10:45 Shiskine 13:00 2 hrs 15 mins estimated play 13:15 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Machrie then Shiskine here then carry on the schedule. 9 Holes 13:30 Machrie 15:00 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 15:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 15:45 Lochranza 17:15 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 17:35 0 hrs 20 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 17:55 Corrie 19:25 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 20:00 0 hrs 35 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 20:05 Brodick 22:35 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play The proposed route is available below; ﷯
With seven golf courses, the Isle of Arran is in a unique position to host Scotland’s toughest golf marathon. Open to locals and visitors alike, there are prizes for the players who get round all seven courses with the lowest score between the hours of 04:00 and 23:00 on 19 August. Places are limited so you'll have to be quick to book! The route is detailed below and the competition will officially start at Whiting Bay Golf Club at 04:00 where all players and teams will assemble. Interested? You can enter by buying an Arran Golf Pass online from the above link. This special pass is also valid for 12 months – which means that after the competition, competitors can play one round of golf on any of Arran's seven courses at a more leisurely pace! Your ticket will be posted recorded delivery and a tracking number supplied with a confirmation email. Groups are welcome, simply tell the organisers in advance. Like any sporting competition, you must be fit enough to meet the criteria of the event. Although it’s not as demanding as running a marathon, during the competition you’ll be covering a distance equal to a half marathon over varied terrain. The nine-hole courses at Lochranza, Corrie and Machrie don’t have golf buggies, but the other courses do so we advise that you reserve buggies in advance if you need them. Irons? The name is only intended to suggest the level of the challenge. You don’t have to play only with irons but if that works for you, then go for it! Is it men only? Absolutely not, the competition is open to everyone. Golf often has a stuffy image, but Arran golf courses are proud to offer a warm welcome and aim to give all their visitors a memorable, positive experience. The name of the competition is simply a play on words to suggest endurance, golf irons and location. Arrival All clubs will be expecting you and have your names. They’re also block booked according to the timings below, so the course ahead of you will be clear. Can I play off competition tees? You can play off competition tees if you like. Ladies can play off the red tees if preferred, as can juniors. The ideal would be the yellow tees by way of an average. No extra special acknowledgement will be reflected by playing off the competition tees. Order of play The competition is organised in a way that makes maximum use of time and daylight. Starting at sunrise, you’ll play the east facing clubs first: Whiting Bay, Lamlash and Brodick. Whiting Bay is also the most southernly club, so you’ll work your way north and west from there. You can choose whether to play Brodick third or last. The courses and timings have been calculated to balance clearing the schedule for a fluid moving competition and allowing the public to play. Handicap Scoring will be based on the Stableford system with additional prizes for the golfers who get round on the lowest nett score. Dress code Absolutely anything you like: diving suit, Scooby Doo costume, mankini - or even shorts and polo shirt. Just remember the midgies though. Age group The competition is open to all age groups. Arran information and accommodation Information about the island can be found at www.visitarran.com which lists how to get here, accommodation and more. Do I have to collect scorecards in advance? Scorecards will be provided on the day along with an information sheet. Players must hand the scorecards in at the end of the competition. I'm a vegetarian Please let us know! Because we’re planning to welcome you at Whiting Bay with sausage rolls and bacon rolls to set you up for the day ahead. So if that’s not your thing, tell us when you book and we’ll provide an alternative. Four ball Competitors can play in four ball teams. Team names will be announced before the start of the competition. Transport Transport is available for early bookers. And once these places have been filled, you’ll have to arrange your own transport. Charities Teams or players are welcome to play for a charity if they wish. Rules Competitors will adhere to club rules. Late arrivals Late arrivals may still enter, but any provision regarding to transport, buggies or tee times will be at the discretion of the club. Late arrivals are classified as by up to 1-2 hours, not 1 day or more. Photography and social media Spread the word! Competitors are welcome to publicise the event on social media and take photographs and video. Presentation The results and prizes will be announced at Brodick Golf Club, 22:00 after all competitors have finished (or abandoned!) the competition. Depending on final arrival of the last competitors this may be moved to the morning of Sunday, 20 August. Prizes 1st A Night at The Douglas Hotel 2nd Arran Hamper 3rd Arran Whisky 4th Golf pass xth Wooden spoon Schedule 18 Holes Start 04:00 Whiting Bay 06:30 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play 06:45 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 07:00 Lamlash 10:00 3 hrs estimated play 10:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Brodick then Shiskine or Machrie here then carry on the schedule finishing at Corrie. 12 Holes 10:45 Shiskine 13:00 2 hrs 15 mins estimated play 13:15 0 hrs 15 mins transfer to... Geographically there is an option to split teams to play Machrie then Shiskine here then carry on the schedule. 9 Holes 13:30 Machrie 15:00 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 15:30 0 hrs 30 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 15:45 Lochranza 17:15 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 17:35 0 hrs 20 mins transfer to... 9 Holes 17:55 Corrie 19:25 1 hrs 30 mins estimated play 20:00 0 hrs 35 mins transfer to... 18 Holes 20:05 Brodick 22:35 2 hrs 30 mins estimated play The proposed route is available below; ﷯