Gullane Golf Club
Although golf has been played over Gullane links for more than 350 years Gullane Golf Club was established in 1882. Today, Gullane Golf Club is one of Scotland’s most prestigious member clubs in Scotland.
Gullane No. 1 (1884)
A stunning links course that snakes across Gullane Hill with spectacular view of East lothian and Fife. It has a long history of hosting national and international championship golf events, most recently the Local Final Qualifying for the 2013 Open Championship at neighbouring Muirfield. A superb course that present one of the best challenges in Scotland
Gents par 71, 6,583 yards
Ladies par 74, 5,903 yards
Gullane No. 2 (1898)
A favourite with the locals was laid out by the legendary Willie Park Jr. The course runs down Gullane Hill towards the nature reserve at Aberlady, and although it has plenty of length it is the short holes that offer the greatest challenge. It has been used for Open Championship Qualifying as well as the Seniors Open Amateur.
Gents par 71, 6,385 yards
Ladies par 73, 5,566 yards
Gullane No. 3 (1910)
The shortest of the three courses it was also designed by Willie Park Jr. Renowned for having the best greens on the club’s courses, crafty bunker placements provides a wonderful test based on shot-making accuracy rather than power.
Gents par 68, 5,259 yards
Ladies par 69, 4,920 yards
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