With four of the very best golf course architects having left their distinguished marks on Longniddry Golf Club, it is a rather special place to play golf.
Known as the Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh since 1929, the club proudly takes its role in the history and tradition of golf very seriously...
Craigielaw Golf Club has blended so well into the landscape, you would be hard pressed to know that it was anything less than a century old.
Mortonhall Golf Club is rightly regarded as one of the best parkland courses in the Lothians with many holes characterised by mature trees that define wide, open fairways, leading to large, beautifully tended greens.
The Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society dates back to 1761... but the current parkland course is relatively young, dating back to 1897.
Five-time Open champion James Braid designed the Musselburgh Golf Club course at Monktonhall and he, along with Percy Alliss, Henry Cotton and Alf Padgham officially opened the course with a 4-ball match in 1938.
Glorious coastal views complement the delightful North Berwick East Links - Glen Golf Club is a true gem.
Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club's East golf course was designed by the great James Braid, and it’s set amongst 1,000 acres of rolling, wooded parkland.
Founded in 1774, Royal Musselburgh is one of the oldest golf clubs in the world. The baronial clubhouse contains plenty of interesting golfing memorabilia.
Duddingston Golf Club is well respected in the Lothians as one of the county's best with a run of demanding par fours from the 11th to the 13th holes.