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A 79 mile loop from Melrose which is a section of the 250 mile Borderloop.
This is a short 5 mile route from Melrose to Abbotsford, former home of Sir Walter Scott.
This 13.5 mile route from Melrose climbs up towards Scott's View providing wonderful view of the River Tweed before looping round by Dryburgh.
The 4 Abbeys is a 55 mile circular route linking the four main abbeys in the Scottish Borders at Melrose, Dryburgh, Kelso and Jedburgh.
This 8 mile loop from Melrose provides you with some pleasant views of the River Tweed and the Eildon Hills.
Situated at the foot of the Eildon Hills, the course slopes mainly upwards for the first two holes. There are 11 tees, tree lined fairways and bunkers on eight holes.
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Circular Route. Melrose to Kelso section is part of the long distance route.
Parkland course with 2 holes running along the banks of the River Gala. This picturesque course offers players a variety of conditions to suit all levels of ability.
Idyllically set on the south bank of the River Tweed, adjoining a site of scientific importance, this 9 hole course enjoys an environment which enables the golfer to absorb a relaxed playing atmosphere which adds to the whole golfing experience.
The course was designed by James Braid who also designed Carnoustie and Gleneagles amongst many other courses.