Statistics for Scotland Council Quiz - South Ayrshire

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General Stats

  • This quiz has been taken 60 times
  • The average score is 11 of 15

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
Large coastal town and the administrative centre of South AyrshireAyr
100%
Born in Alloway this person went on to become Scotland's 'National Poet'Robert Burns
100%
Royal Troon
95%
Ailsa Craig is the source of all granite used to make stones for this Olympic sportCurling
93%
Jai McDowall from Tarbolton won the fifth series of this TV competition in June 2011Britain's
{Got} {Talent}
91%
Coastal town with one of Ayrshire’s most popular beaches, together with traditional seaside
activities such as amusements and a boating lake
Girvan
84%
South Ayrshire's three principal golf courses which have all hosted the Open ChampionshipPrestwick
82%
Turnberry
82%
National Trust castle near Maybole which overlooks the Firth of ClydeCulzean
75%
A late medieval bridge over the River Doon in South Ayrshire is a setting for part of the
poem 'Tam o' Shanter' and the namesake of this Broadway musical
Brig o' Doon
64%
The racecourse in the above town is home to this prestigious steeplechase horse raceScottish
Grand National
52%
South Ayrshire born civil engineer and inventor of an effective method of road constructionJohn McAdam
43%
Admiral Sir Frederick Dalrymple-Hamilton from Bargany commanded the battleship HMS
Rodney when it took part in the sinking of this German battleship during WW2
Bismark
41%
Construction of a citadel in Ayr was ordered by this English Commonwealth leaderOliver Cromwell
41%
Sea loch at the far south western extremity of South AyrshireLoch Ryan
30%

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