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Carved into the ancient links turf, pot bunkers, wispy grasses and smooth-running greens the course is a unique challenge for the serious golfer. Add to that the fabulous views across to Edinburgh, the Firth of Forth and beyond and you have one of the world’s most cherished golfing experiences.
A true championship links course, having hosted Final Qualifying for The Open Championship and both Gentlemen and Ladies Amateur Championships. An excellent test of golf awaits you.
Above you, the whispering pines. Ahead, the sweeping fairways. It feels as if it's just you and the course. Golf has never been more inviting than this. The 18 hole Fidra Links is a unique mixture of pine forest and fast-running links.
A challenging links course, stunning scenery and a friendly clubhouse are the elements you think make up the perfect golfing experience. To play on our Open qualifying championship links is to play within yards of waves as they crash onto the rocky shore.
Situated on Scotland’s Golf Coast, Craigielaw truly is a golfers paradise. Not only boasting a challenging 18 hole championship golf course, Craigielaw is surrounded by a further 22 golf courses.
The mature parkland style course was originally designed by Willie Park Jnr with later modifications by world renowned architects Dr Alister MacKenzie and James Braid. As a testament to the quality of the course The R&A since 2011 have selected Bruntsfield as a Qualifying Venue for the Open Championship.
Mortonhall is the oldest course in the City of Edinburgh. With its immaculate greens and fairways, lined with mature trees and whin-covered outcrops the course is a superb championship test of 6530 yards, boasting unrivalled scenic views across Edinburgh.
The club regularly hosts top amateur events. A par 68 course is a good test for any golfer, and is no push over, with many raised large greens and approaches that you would expect of a links layout.
Kilspindie is a favourite of any golfer who has played it, quick, deceptive greens, well-defined fairways, a good challenge, whatever your handicap! Kilspindie has been host to an alternative Ryder Cup, with 12-man teams playing with pre-1930’s hickory shafted clubs.
Dalmahoy East golf course caters to every experience level and can help you perfect your swing. With 8 holes, 7,475 yards. A Par for course: 72, designed by James Braid.
The Glen enjoys a breathtaking cliff top location with many spectacular holes offering views of the Firth of Forth and its islands including the Bass Rock, the world renowned bird sanctuary. The Glen is an all year round course and is seldom closed due to weather.