Golf

East Lothian is truly the Mecca of the golfing world, with some twenty courses all within easy reach (20 minutes maximum) of North Berwick - which itself boasts two magnificent courses.

The coastline from Musselburgh in the west to Dunbar in the east has become know as the Edinburgh Golf Coast. And when you play golf in East Lothian not only do you play wonderful courses, but you are also playing golf in one of the most historic - in golfing terms - areas in the world. Play Musselburgh Old Course and you play on the oldest piece of ground where golf has been played continuously. Play the North Berwick Golf Club's west links course and you are playing golf at the 13th oldest golf club in the world. And play Muirfield and you play a course that has been graced by the greatest golfers of all time.

Most of the courses in East Lothian border the Firth of Forth and subsequently enjoy unparalled views across the water towards Fife, probably none more so than North Berwick's own Glen Golf Club, famed for its stunning views.

We will be delighted to organise your golfing holiday to help you enjoy the golfing holiday of your life. Please see our Golf Booking Form and let us know your requirements.

Golf Courses

Castlepark
Castlepark defined by its picturesque setting, unique features and excellent greens

T: 01620 810733
E: castleparkgolf@hotmail.com
Craigielaw
East Lothian's newest course. A level walk on wonderful links terrain.

T: 01875 870800
E: info@craigielawgolfclub.com
Dunbar
Open qualifying venue and one of the best links in the country.

T: 01368 862317
E: secretary@dunbargolfclub.sol.co.uk
Gifford
An outstanding nine-hole parkland course with the Lammermuir hills as its backdrop.

T: 01620 810267
E: secretary@giffordgolfclub.fsnet.co.uk
Glen GC, North Berwick
Stunning coastal views; "A venue not to be missed"

T: 01620 892726
E: secretary@glengolfclub.co.uk
Gullane
Three stunning links courses. No.1 was the Open qualifying venue (2013).

T: 01620 842255
E: bookings@gullanegolfclub.com
Haddington
Located in a quiet, country estate. Mature trees line most holes and the River Tyne is the course’s north boundary.

T: 01620 822727
E: info@haddingtongolf.co.uk
Kilspindie
A traditional links with holes bordering the shoreline and enjoying magnificent views.

T: 01875 870358
E: kilspindie@btinternet.com
Longniddry
A mix of links and parkland and used as an Open qualifying venue.

T: 01875 852141
E: secretary@longniddrygolfclub.co.uk
Luffness
Open qualifying venue adjacent Gullane and Muirfield.

T: 01620 843336
E: lngc@talk21.com
Muirfield
The oldest club in the world and host of the Open 2013.

T: 01620 842123
E: hceg@btinternet.com
Musselburgh (Monktonhall)
A demanding parkland course, which nestles in a loop formed by the River Esk

T: 0131 665 2005
E: secretary@themusselburghgolfclub.com
Musselburgh Old Course
Hosted the Open on six occasions between 1874 and 1889. The links is renowned for being the oldest playing golf course in the world.

T: 0131 665 5438
E: info@musselburgholdlinks.co.uk
North Berwick GC
The Open 2007 qualifying course, one of the best kept and most scenic links in Scotland.

T: 01620 892135
E: bookingsNBGC@aol.com
Royal Musselburgh GC
A parkland course which offers golfers views of Edinburgh and Arthur’s Seat.

T: 01875 810139
E: royalmusselburgh@btinternet.com
Winterfield
The wind plays a major role on this coastal headland so an ability to manage the ball in windy conditions is essential

T: 01368 863562
E: kevinphillips@tiscali.co.uk