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The No 2 Course at Gullane was built at the end of the 19th century to accommodate the increasing numbers of golfers wanting to play on the Gullane links.
Many of the worlds greatest players believe that Muirfield near Edinburgh is the fairest examination of championship golf among all the great and historic course of the British Isles.
Only a mile west of Gullane lies one of Scotlands great links treasures perhaps worth of much more acclaim than it currently enjoys.
While Muirfield may be the jewel in East Lothian's golfing crown, this is not far behind it, as many of those who have played here in the Open Championship qualifying over the years have testified.
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Archerfield is an entirely private haven for those who love golf and the seclusion and historic beauty of our 500 acre East Lothian surroundings.
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The famous West Course at North Berwick is one of the earliest courses laid out on the eastern seaboard of Scotland where the sea had receded and left in its wake sandy wastes broken and divided by channels into which the tides ebbed and flowed.
Craigielaw is situated just 20 miles east of Edinburgh amidst the glorious coastal scenery of East Lothian in Scotland, a private haven for the discerning golfer.
Designed by Harry Colt in 1921, this course enjoys spectacular views of the Firth of Forth, to the hills of Fife and westwards to the Edinburgh skyline.
It may not be the longest links course in Scotland but nonetheless it presents a tough enough challenge, especially when the wind kicks up along the Firth of Forth.