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North Berwick Golf Tour

Championship Links Courses and secret gems!

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Golf Courses in this package: Gullane No.1, Gullane No. 2 and Glen Golf Club
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North Berwick Golf Tour

Experience the ultimate golf getaway in North Berwick!

Stay at The Ducks Inn and play at some of the finest golf courses in Scotland.

Tee off at Archerfield Golf Links, Dunbar Golf Club, Glen Golf Club, Gullane Golf Club, Kilspindie Golf Club, Muirfield Golf Club, and North Berwick Golf Club.

Each course offers its own unique challenges and stunning views that will leave you in awe.

After a day on the greens, return to The Ducks Inn, where you can relax and unwind comfortably.
 
Take advantage of this opportunity to play some of the best golf courses in the world.

Book your North Berwick golf tour today!

Golf Courses

Archerfield Golf Course
Archerfield Golf Course   Fidra Links Above you, the whispering pines. Ahead, the sweeping fairways. Out there, it...
Archerfield Golf Course
Archerfield Golf Course
Archerfield Golf Course
 
Fidra Links
Above you, the whispering pines. Ahead, the sweeping fairways. Out there, it feels like it’s just you and the course. Golf has never been more inviting than this: the 18-hole Fidra Links is a unique mixture of pine forest and fast-running links.
 
Dirleton Links
On coastal land that has hosted golf for over 100 years, DJ Russell has created the 18 holes of the Dirleton Links. It’s a challenging expression of a traditional Scottish links course with its sweeping fairways, deep, menacing bunkers and undulating dunes bordering the fairways. Already enjoyed by a quartet of Masters Champions, from Gary Player to Ian Woosnam.

 

Dunbar Golf Course
Dunbar Golf Course   As befits such a gem of golf course architecture, it has hosted countless national and international...
Dunbar Golf Course
Dunbar Golf Course
Dunbar Golf Course
 
As befits such a gem of golf course architecture, it has hosted countless national and international championships.
 
It has been a final qualifying course for the Open when played at Muirfield, while The British Boys', The Scottish Amateur, Scottish PGA, Scottish Boys', British Ladies' and the Ladies Home International Championships have all played here.
 
Interestingly Dunbar hosted the first PGA Championship on the European Tour in 1968 (now contested each year at Wentworth as the Tour's flagship event).
 
Well-defined holes following the natural contours of a narrow strip of land between the old red sandstone deer park wall and the rocky shoreline are the hallmarks of these links. 
 
This course is built upon those old-fashioned golfing virtues of club selection and shot-making.
 
With the ever-present – and ever-changing – wind off the sea, it demands accuracy and judgement and rewards only bravery and skill.
 
Glen Golf Course
Glen Golf Course   Golf was first played on the East Links, North Berwick, in the 17th century, although a nine-hole course did...
Glen Golf Course
Glen Golf Course
Glen Golf Course
 
Golf was first played on the East Links, North Berwick, in the 17th century, although a nine-hole course did not come into being until 1894.
 
It was extended to 18 holes in 1906 with a design provided by five times Open Champion James Braid and his design partner Ben Sayers.
 
Suiting players of all abilities the course is challenging, but fair.
 
It is 6,275 yards (Par 70) for men off the medal tees and a 5,773 yards (Par 73) for ladies.
 
The Glen is an all year round course and is rarely closed due to inclement weather, playing normal greens and tees throughout the year.
Gullane No.2 Golf Course
Gullane No.2 Golf Course   Laid out by the two time Open championship winner Willie Park Jr in 1898, Gullane No. 2 runs alongside...
Gullane No.2 Golf Course
Gullane No.2 Golf Course
Gullane No.2 Golf Course
 
Laid out by the two time Open championship winner Willie Park Jr in 1898, Gullane No. 2 runs alongside No. 1 for the first seven holes before sweeping down to a nature reserve next to Aberlady Bay.
 
The course turns towards home from the 13th tee with the prevailing wind, down Gullane Hill back to the Gullane Links Clubhouse.
 
The beauty of the East Lothian coastline and the challenge of the layout create an unforgettable round that epitomises links golf in Scotland.
 
In particular, Gullane No. 2 is renowned for the challenge of its short holes embodied by the 215-yard, par three 11th with its wonderful views, testing downhill tee shot and tricky club selection.
 
At 6,396 yards, No. 2 is shorter than its older sibling but provides an equally stern test as it proved during final qualifying for the Open Championship in 1980, the Millennium Seniors Open Amateur Championship and the British Girls Home International Matches in 2011.
 
With challenge and charm in equal doses, Gullane No. 2 is a favourite with those who enjoy their golf with a twist in its tail.
 
Often considered the little brother to Gullane No. 1, this course is still highly regarded and provides an excellent golfing experience.
 
It offers a more forgiving layout compared to its counterpart but still demands accurate shot-making due to the undulating terrain and well-placed bunkers.

 

Kilspindie Golf Course
Kilspindie Golf Course   Golf had been played over this piece of links land before 1850, but it was not until 26 November 1898...
Kilspindie Golf Course
Kilspindie Golf Course
Kilspindie Golf Course
 
Golf had been played over this piece of links land before 1850, but it was not until 26 November 1898 that the links were officially opened by Luffness Golf Club, which was re-named Kilspindie Golf Club in 1899.
 
The links were designed by Willie Park Jr. and Ben Sayers, with minor modifications over the years.
 
The first hole, a par 3, is due north, followed by three holes directly into the prevailing wind.
 
The 2nd hole is the only par 5, but it can play more like a par 6 or 7. Imagine what it must have been like with hickories.
 
Some 27-28k pairs of feet enjoy these links every year, a testament to its lasting design and layout.

Recognised locally, nationally and internationally, Kilspindie is indeed a hidden gem.

Muirfield Golf Course
Muirfield Golf Course   Muirfield Golf Course is a renowned golf course located in Gullane, East Lothian,...
Muirfield Golf Course
Muirfield Golf Course
Muirfield Golf Course
 
Muirfield Golf Course is a renowned golf course located in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland.
 
It is considered one of the most prestigious and historic golf courses in the world.
 
Muirfield has a rich history and has hosted numerous major championships.
 
The course was established in 1891 and designed by Old Tom Morris, a legendary golf course architect and professional golfer.
 
It is a links-style course, characterized by its natural terrain of rolling sand dunes and seaside location.
 
Muirfield has hosted The Open Championship, one of golf's major tournaments, on numerous occasions.
 
The course has held the championship 16 times, with the most recent being in 2013.
 
Muirfield is highly regarded for its challenging and strategic layout, as well as its pristine course conditions.
 
It offers a demanding test of golf, with its tight fairways, deep bunkers, and fast greens.
 
The course's coastal location also adds to its allure, providing stunning views of the surrounding coastline and the Firth of Forth.

 

North Berwick The Wee Golf Course
The Wee Golf Course   Originally established in 1888 as the “Ladies’ Links” the Children’s course comprises a 9 hole Par 3 layout...
North Berwick The Wee Golf Course
North Berwick The Wee Golf Course
The Wee Golf Course
 
Originally established in 1888 as the “Ladies’ Links” the Children’s course comprises a 9 hole Par 3 layout situated adjacent to the 15th and 16th holes on the West Links.
 
The Children's Course is a unique 18-hole course situated between the West Links and the town of North Berwick.
 
Despite its name, this course is not just for children; it is open to all ages and abilities.
 
The Children's Course offers a delightful and less daunting experience than the main links, making it an ideal option for golfers of varying skill levels and families.

 

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Golf Courses in North Berwick

Boasting 21 Scottish golf courses (from 18 golf clubs) along 30 miles of stunning coastline, including the largest concentration of Championship links golf courses anywhere in the world.

From one of the oldest golf courses in the world to some of its most revered and true hidden gems, East Lothian has an unparalleled selection of courses to suit golfers of all standards.

Just some of the golf courses in North Berwick:

Gullane
The North Berwick
Dunbar
Luffness New
Private: The Renaissance Club
Archerfield Links (Fidra Course)
Muirfield
Musselburgh Links
Longniddry
Bruntsfield Links
Glen
Kilspindie
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