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Inspired by the great links courses of Britain, particularly those on land which are less dominated by dunes, Craigielaw is equal to many of the finest examples of such courses; some of which are conveniently located nearby in the East Lothian area. A Championship links course designed by Donald Steel, maintained in a similar fashion to traditional courses such as Gullane, Muirfield and North Berw ...
The links at Dunbar Golf Club were first laid out in 1857 before being redesigned by Tom Morris Snr in 1894. Dramatically positioned by the estuary of the Firth of Forth,it is one of the most under-rated courses in Britain. After an inauspicious first three holes, once you pass through the stone dyke 14 holes of truly awesome links golf lie in wait. It has arguably the finest turf in East Lothian ...
The Glen dramatically hugs the jaw-dropping East Lothian coastline with great views of the Firth of Forth and Bass Rock. Known locally as the East Links, it is overshadowed by prestigious neighbours North Berwick (West Links), Muirfield, and Dunbar. But even these superstars would love some of The Glen's amazing clifftop views especially on the back nine, which runs almost totally along the coast. ...
Gullane No.2 Course was built in 1898 and the first and last holes of the course are on the east side of the A198 road. The Course runs alongside No.1 for the first seven holes and then sweeps down to the nature reserve next to Aberlady Bay, before turning back towards the Visitors' Clubhouse. One feature of the Course is its excellent short holes, particularly the 11th with its magnificent view a ...
Although shorter than its neighbours, Gullane No. 3 is renowned for having the best greens on the club’s courses. Crafty bunker placement and punitive rough mean imaginative shot-making and accuracy are at a premium. Great fun.
Gullane No.1 has hosted Open Championship Local Final Qualifying no fewer than six times, and is undoubtably the star of the three Gullane courses. Its quality is evident ver early, with the tight 2nd beginning the march up Gullane Hill. That ascent is continued in style on the 3rd, a short but brilliant Par 5 which follows the side of the 18th Century racecourse while the view from the 7th - a br ...
The 35th oldest golf club is a Scottish links retaining its original, traditional features. At less than 6,000 yards, you have plenty of short irons in your hands for your approaches. So if you're not comfortable hitting imaginative three-quarter wedges into small, undulating greens, look elsewhere. But if that is your idea of a good time, then Kilspindie is the one for you. That said, the wind ca ...
Longniddry Golf Course is a unique combination of woodland and links located on the south side of Firth of Forth. There are no (men's) par 5s although some of the par 4s are very testing, particularly into the prevailing westerly winds; this is reflected by the SSS of 71 - three shots above the par of 68.The course is not long by modern standards, but it is designed to reward the strategic player. ...
Frequently ranked No.1 in Golf World's Top 100 courses list, leading designer Donald Steel is one of its many high ranking fans: "Few will agrue Muirfield embraces more of the qualities that a perfectionist seeks in his ideal course. Architecturally it is a gem." Home of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers (the world's oldest golf club), gaining access to one of Britain and Ireland's fines ...
The Musselburgh Golf Club has hosted Open Championship Regional Qualifying since 2006 and will do so again in 2009 and 2010. In 2013, however, it will host LFQ for the first time. The club was formed in 1938 and commissioned five-time Open champion, James Braid, to produce a championship lay-out, which, 71 years later, continues to test even the most able players.
This Open qualifying venue is one of the best and most scenic links courses in Scotland, offering views over the Isle of May, the islands of Fidra and Craigleith, the Bass Rock and across the Forth to Fife. The West Links, which started life in 1832 as a six-holer and exteneded to 18 by 1877, is so old the identity of the original architect is not known. Inevitably then, this offers a taste of gol ...
Royal Musselburgh Golf Club is the fifth oldest golf club in the world. In fact, The Old Club Cup, which has been awarded at Royal Musselburgh Golf Club since 1774, is the oldest trophy still competitively played for in the world. Designed by the famous Open champion and golf architect, James Braid, Royal Musselburgh Golf Club is a picturesque parkland course kept in tip-top shape and a treat to p ...
Designed by Cameron Sinclair, Whitekirk opened its fairways in 1995. An outstanding (slightly) inland alternative to the classy links layouts in the prestigious neighbourhood. True, it may be quirky in places - there's a number of 'blind' shots out there - but Whitekirk is not your run-of-the-mill heathland track. And it certainly presents a stern challenge owing to the rolling nature of the terra ...
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