It is played from mid September to end March, every day except Saturday, over six sessions per day starting at 9.30 in the morning with the last session starting at 9.30 in the evening.
The sixty clubs using the ice rink organise their own competitions whilst Ayr Curling Club organises Bonspiels open to all members. In addition there are five Day Leagues also run throughout the season in which the majority of the Clubs are represented.
Presidents Day was held on Friday 24th with ten rinks playing four two end games. There was a lo...
Neil Sands, Secretary of the Eglinton County Curling Game (the Jug), has advised that this year's...
Over two days 15th/16th February 22 teams competed for Agricultural Mixed Bonspiel Trophy. The f...
Not quite all - but Dave did get interviewed by Stonecast for a podcast about curling in Scotland...
For Curlers world wide this has a special significance. It is the home of the curling stone used in all major competitions, including the 2006 Olympics, originally quarried on the island then ground and polished locally at Kays in Mauchline
This Club has been set up for those curlers who have completed a series of Beginners sessions and gives them all an introduction to Club curling with a view to moving on to other clubs during the next two years.
For details click here.
The next Try Curling Sessions for 2016 -17 are on
Thu 12th Jan. 2017 2.30 - 4.50 pm.
Sun 22nd Jan. 2017 1.30 - 4 pm.
Sun 12th Feb. 2017 1.30 - 4 pm.
Wed 22nd Feb 2017 2.30 - 4.50 pm.
Pre and Early Season details of Coaching for 2016-17 are now available
Click here. to see the coaching course dates.