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Golf Breaks. Craigielaw Golf Course - Situated just 20 miles
east of Edinburgh amidst the glorious coastal scenery of East
Lothian, this course was inspired by the great links courses
of Britain. Built in 1998, Craigielaw is one of the newest courses
in the area but it is maturing beyond its years. It offers great
views over Aberlady Bay and the Firth of Forth. 18 holes. Par
71. 6,601 yds. Links. Edinburgh
Golf Breaks. Dunbar Golf Course - A championship links,
this awesome course became an Open qualifier in 1992. It dates
back to 1856 but some records suggest it may have been founded
in 1794. Old Tom Morris designed the first 15 holes, bringing
the sea in as a lateral water hazard on some of the layout.
When the wind gets up it is a formidable test for even the best
of golfers. 18 holes. Par 71. 6,404 yds. Links.
Golf Breaks. Longniddry Golf Course - This course is a unique
combination of parkland and links located on the south side
of the Firth of Forth. It is not long by modern standards, but
is designed to reward the strategic player. The fairways are
quite generous and the greens are fairly large, but the penalty
for straying off-line can be severe. The club is a former venue
of the British Seniors and a qualifier for the Open at Muirfield.
18 holes. Par 68. 6,186 yds. Parkland / Links. Soft spikes only.
Edinburgh Golf Breaks.
Golf Breaks. Whitekirk - This friendly neighbour to the
likes of Muirfield and North Berwick is a wonderfully scenic
heathland course with views out to the Bass Rock and the Firth
of Forth. The 18th is probably the best hole on the course;
you drive from an elevated tee into a valley where you are flanked
by rocky outcrops and the final approach banks towards the clubhouse.
18 holes. Par 72. 6,526 yds. Heathland / Links. Edinburgh Golf
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