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Golf Courses in South East

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Golf Courses in South East

The South East of Scotland - the Borders - is as a region with many conflicts with Border disputes stretching back to Roman times. The Romans built the famous Roman Wall to keep out the Scots but that didn't stop the almost constant warfare between England and Scotland. The beautiful countryside and woodland is also home to many great golf courses.

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Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society

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Edinburgh, South East

The 18-hole Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society (1761) is located on the north-west side of Edinburgh. It is the fourth oldest in the world and one of Scotland's most prestigious clubs. It has been selected as a Qualifying Venue for the Open Championship.

Gullane Golf Club

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Gullane, South East

The 54-hole Gullane Golf Club (founded 1882) in Gullane in East Lothian is one of Scotland's most prestigious member clubs. Gullane has three classic links courses, laid out over prime seaside land with a long history of hosting national and international championship golf events. The three championship courses offer dramatic coastal views and a golfing challenge to savour. 

The North Berwick Golf Club

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North Berwick, South East

The 18-hole North Berwick Golf Club (founded 1832) situated in the town of North Berwick, East of Edinburgh is a true championship links course with breathtaking views of the Firth of Forth, over sandy beaches and islands. It has been for many years the Final Qualifying venue for The Open Championship.

Hirsel Golf Club

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Coldstream, South East

The 18-hole Hirsel Golf Club (founded in 1948) on the outskirts of Coldstream is nestling on the beautiful and historic Scottish Borders. The Hirsel course is one of the finest examples of traditional parkland golf in Scotland.

Kilspindie Golf Club

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Aberlady, South East

The 18-hole Kilspindie Golf Club (founded 1867) is located close to the village of Aberlady among the nature reserve of Aberlady Bay and the Firth of Forth. Kilspindie is reputed to be the 35th oldest golf club in the world. The links course is characterized by fast and deceptive greens and well-defined fairways.

Longniddry Golf Club

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East Lothian, Longniddry, South East

The 18-hole Longniddry Golf Club (1921) is located on the Golf Coast of Scotland just a short ride from the centre of Edinburgh. The laying out of the course was designed by Harry S Colt, one of the foremost architects of the day. The golf course close to the beach is a unique combination of links and woodland.

Niddry Castle Golf Club

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Winchburgh, South East

The 18-hole Niddry Castle Golf Club in Winchburgh close to Edinburgh is a complete test of golf. The parkland course has been designed to allow all levels of golfer a fair and true test. It runs around the historic Niddry Castle and offers tremendous panoramic views towards the Pentland Hills. 

Peebles Golf Club

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Peebles, South East

The 18-hole Peebles Golf Club (founded 1892) is set amid the beautiful rolling hills of the Scottish Borders overlooking the town of Peebles. The parkland style golf course with superb views from every hole was designed by Harry Colt. It is characterized by beautifully shaped fairways, maturing trees and well prepared sloping greens.

Glen Golf Club

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North Berwick, South East

The 18-hole Glen Golf Club (1894) in North Berwick with superb views across the Firth of Forth provides an enjoyable test of golf for all players. The course is situated in a breathtaking cliff top location with many spectacular holes. Enjoy a course that is challenging but fair.

Muirfield Golf Club

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Muirfield, Gullane, South East

The 18-hole Muirfield Golf Club (1744) in East Lothian close to Edinburgh is one of the oldest clubs in golf and offers a world famous golf course. The course was laid out by laid out by Old Tom Morris. Muirfield Golf Club hosted 16 Open Championships and eleven Amateur Championships.

St Boswells Golf Club

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St Boswells, Melrose, South East

The 9-hole St Boswells Golf Club (founded 1899) close to Melrose in the Scottish Borders is a beautiful parkland course where Wildlife is ever present. It is idyllically set on the south bank of the River Tweed. The relatively flat course is not too long but demands accuracy. Surrounded by beautiful nature it is an enjoyable test for all abilities.

Hawick Golf Club

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Hawick, South East

The 18-hole Hawick Golf Club (founded in 1877) located on the outskirts of Hawick is the oldest golf club in the Scottish Borders. The parkland style golf course runs through the rolling hills providing spectacular views of the landscape. Nick Faldo, Colin Montgomerie, and Tony Jacklin, are all honorary members.

Jedburgh Golf Club

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Jedburgh, South East

The 18-hole Jedburgh Golf Club (founded in 1893) is set in the heart of the Scottish Borders amidst outstanding scenery with breathtaking views across the Cheviot hills. The parkland course is a challenging and rewarding test of golf for golfers of all abilities. Enjoy an abundance of natural beauty.

Kelso Golf Club

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Abbotseat, Kelso, South East

The 18-hole Kelso Golf Club in the region of Scottish Borders offers a beautiful parkland course. The original course was designed by Ben Sayers and then re-designed by James Braid in 1930. The generally flat course is well maintained, known for the quality of its turf, especially the greens.

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