Set in the conservation village of West Linton, to the south of Edinburgh, the charming moorland course here at the golf club was founded in 1890, revised by James Braid in 1926 then expanded to a full 18 hole layout in 1972.
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.
Braid Hills is set high above Edinburgh - the views across the city are simply stunning. The golf course is a short but hilly public layout that will test the best.
Murrayfield Golf Club lies close to Edinburgh city centre on the eastern slopes of Corstorphine Hill and the 18 holes here have been in play for over a hundred years...
Ratho Park Golf Club is laid out on a compact site bounded on two sides by the Union Canal, virtually shielded from the outside world by mature trees surrounding the property...
Formed in 1920 when the golf club was known as Edinburgh Civil Service, Prestonfield engaged James Braid to lay out a challenging course on what was once a deer estate close to Arthur’s Seat.
Harry Colt designed the course at Newbattle shortly after the golf club moved to its present site in 1934. Apart from the opening and closing two holes, fairways are routed over higher ground on the other side of the River Esk.
Founded in 1906, the parkland course at Broomieknowe Golf Club was originally laid out by Ben Sayers and then refashioned by James Braid in 1932.
Interestingly, for golf historians, Baberton Golf Club claims to be the birthplace of steel shafted clubs and the original equipment and patents can be viewed in the clubhouse.
Scots designer Graham Webster designed the golf course at Kings Acre and it’s a modern layout that makes great use of water and sand hazards to create strategic challenges.