10 Balcarres Road, MUSSELBURGH, EH21 7SD
A delightful links course weaving in and out of the famous Musselburgh Race Course. This course is steeped in the history and tradition of golf and can lay claim to being the oldest surviving golf course in the world. Mary Queen of Scots reputedly played golf at the old course in 1567, but documentary evidence dates back to 1672. The 1st hole is a par 3 and the next three holes play eastward from the grandstand at the racecourse. The course turns north-west towards the sea then west for the last four holes. Designed by nature and defined over the centuries by generations of golfers, the course has many natural features and hazards.
Tel: 0131 653 5122 (starter)
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- 9 holes, 2954 yds, Par 34, Standard scratch score 34, Course record 29.
Green fees £13.50 per 9 holes (£14.50 weekends)
Fees are for guidance only. Please contact the club to confirm prices.
Societies Booking required
Club membership 400
Visitors Mon-Sun & Bank Holidays. Booking required weekends & Bank Holidays. Dress code.
Trolleys for hire. Clubs for hire. Putting green. Practice area. Changing rooms. Bar with snacks. Lunch. Dinner. Tea and coffee.
Corporate facilities including conferencing.