Golf in East Lothian
Gullane No. 1 course in East Lothian
Craigielaw Golf Course, Aberlady
North Berwick is a course steeped in tradition and has a classic links layout with stunning views of sandy beaches and the Firth of Forth. The 15th hole - Redan - is one of the most copied holes in golf, the sloping green set diagonally to the tee with bunkers flanking either side. It all makes for a nerve-wracking and utterly memorable par three.
Gullane boasts not one, not two but three fantastic golf courses. Gullane No. 1 has hosted many top tournaments and is regularly used for Open qualifying. Gullane No. 2 was created at the tail-end of the 19th century to accommodate the increasing number of golfers wishing to play on the links at Gullane. Gullane No. 3 is the shortest of the three courses and is known for its testy par threes.
Longniddry is a pleasant mix of links and parkland with spectacular sea views from many of the holes. There are no par fives, but plenty of long par fours and some hugely appealing par threes. The club recently hosted the Ladies Home Internationals and all in all it’s a highly enjoyable golf course.
Golf has been played at Dunbar for more than 150 years and this excellent course occupies a thin strip of linksland beside an exposed and rocky beach. The quality of the challenge is reflected in the number of leading Scottish tournaments that have been staged at Dunbar. It’s another East Lothian course that is used as an Open qualifying venue.
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