Craigielaw Golf Club

Craigielaw Golf Club is located on the south east coast of Scotland, only 30 minutes from Edinburgh. A Championship links course designed by Donald Steel. Close to traditional Scottish links courses such as Gullane, Muirfield and North Berwick. Craigielaw golf course, practice facilities and clubhouse are perfect for visitor golf outings and corporate golf days.

Inspired by the great links courses of Britain, particularly those on land which are less dominated by dunes, Craigielaw is equal to many of the finest examples of such courses; some of which are conveniently located nearby in the East Lothian area.

With challenging greens, cavernous bunkers and spectacular views over the Firth of Forth, Gullane Hill and out towards Edinburgh and Fife, Craigielaw Golf Club is an experience not to be missed.

Golf at Gosford

Gosford has a long association with the game of golf. James V of Scotland frequented Gosford in the early 16th century to play the earlier versions of the Royal and Ancient game. The property was acquired by the seventh Earl because it was six miles closer to his beloved golfing grounds overlooking the Firth of Forth than his previous home at Amisfield. The House has subsequently been described as the most costly monument to the game of golf ever built.

In keeping with its long association with the game, the Estate possesses three existing private courses: the charming links course of Kilspindie which recently celebrated its 125th anniversary; the more challenging course at Longniddry, used for the final qualifying round of the 1987 Open; and the parkland course of Monktonhall, designed by the famous James Braid.

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