edinburghMuirfield. One of the top three courses in Scotland, Muirfield is not to be missed. Guest play is allowed only on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Coat and tie is required for lunch in the clubhouse, which is men only. The unique figure eight design and course history makes this a fabulous opportunity. We apply a year in advance for tee times.

North Berwick. The west course is the better of the two and runs along the sea.

Gullane #1. Adjacent to Muirfield, this is a fun course to play with a ridge that forces play up, down and along side it.

Kilspindie. An example of a hidden gem, this links course is hidden in the village of Aberlady. The 1st hole is a par-3 right into the wind off the sea. Hard to find. Blink and you will miss the sign as you round the curve towards Luffness.

Renaissance Club.  Just outside Edinburgh, this new, private club hosted the Scottish Open in 2019.

Royal Burgess.  In the heart of Edinburgh, this course was designed by Old Tom Morris, Willie Park, and in the 1920’s by James Braid.  Beautiful parkland course with lots of trees.  Historic.