Top Golf Courses to visit from The Old Millhouse

DUNBAR GOLF CLUB

Dunbar is a beautiful town in East Lothian which is also the home of the John Muir Museum. The Golf Club which has played host to ‘The Open Championship Qualifier’ is often overlooked by visitors to East Lothian in favor for the more prestigious courses. The Course also sports fantastic views into the Firth of Forth.

NORTH BERWICK GOLF CLUB

Visitors are welcome to play the course 6 days a week as Saturdays are reserved for Members only. A visit to North Berwick town is a must after a time on the course with a host of restaurants, pubs and shops to explore.

MUSSELBURGH LINKS

Musselburgh Links is one of the oldest courses in Scotland. Records suggest the course was played back as far as 1672. The club may not have the stature of some other well known courses but it does give a window back to the more humble origins of Golf.

CRAGIELAW GOLF CLUB

With exceptional views of the east coast , Craigielaw boasts a challenging 18 hole championship course designed by Donald Steel. Having held championship qualifiers and the Staysure Scottish Seniors open the course is an experience not to be missed.

DUNBAR GOLF CLUB

The Dunbar Golf Club has played host to ‘The Open Championship Qualifier’ is often overlooked by golfers in favour for the more prestigious courses. Fantastic views can be seen of the Firth of Forth.

CRAIGIELAW GOLF CLUB

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.

KILSPINDIE GOLF CLUB

Kilspindie Golf Club lies hidden among the nature reserve of Aberlady bay, a hidden treasure. A beautifully crafted course on the banks of the Firth of Forth , it challenges golfers at every level.

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