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East Lothian is one of Scotland’s finest golfing regions with some of the world's oldest and most admired golf courses. The area offers a mixture of traditional links and classic inland golf courses to suit golfers of all standards.

  • Golfers prepare for a round on the Criagielaw Golf Course, Aberlady
    Craigielaw Golf Course, Aberlady
  • Looking down to the 13th green and the Bass Rock from Glen Golf Club
    Glen Golf Club, North Berwick
  • Looking across the 7th hole at Musselburgh Old Course, East Lothian
    Musselburgh Old Course, East Lothian
  • The Lammermuir Hills provide a stunning backdrop to Castle Park Golf Course, East Lothian David J Whyte © Linksland.com
    Castle Park Golf Course David J Whyte © Linksland.com
Looking across the course at Craigielaw Golf Club towards Kilspindie's club house, with a view to Aberlady Bay, East Lothian

Earls Tour

Enjoy a round of golf on these three fantastic courses which are all tenants of the Earl of Wemyss & March.

A green at North Berwick Golf Club, East Lothian © David J Whyte linksland.com

East Lothian Coastal Road Tour

Take in fine coastal links courses in East Lothian to really test your golf and enjoy an active break.

Golfers walk between holes at the Winterfield Golf Club

East Lothian A1 Countryside Route

The East Lothian countryside offers a range of golfing experiences including parkland, heathland and coastal links.

Looking down to the 13th green and Bass Rock from the Glen Golf Club

East Lothian Nostalgic Rail Tour

Play a round of golf on the magnificent golf courses in and around North Berwick. This has been a popular golfing destination since the 1930s when British Rail launched poster campaigns to attract golfers to the region's' links courses.

Looking acrosss the 7th hole at Musselburgh Old Course, East Lothian

East Lothian's historic courses

Experience how the game was first played with a round on East Lothian's historic courses. Musselburgh Old Course is one the oldest golf courses in the world where you can hire hickory clubs for a truly authentic experience.