To celebrate the Spring Season here on Scotland's Golf Coast - we are offering one lucky person the opportunity to WIN a round of golf (2-ball) at Dunbar Golf Club, a night for two at the Crown & Kitchen (Dinner, Bed & Breakfast) and a round of golf (2-ball) at Castle Park Golf Club.
The Scottish Senior Open, one of the Staysure Tour’s most established events, returns to Craigielaw Golf Club for the second successive season from August 16-18.
VisitScotland launch world first female destination focused golf campaign. A new and engaging golf campaign, aimed specifically at encouraging more women to travel to Scotland to play golf, has been launched today by VisitScotland
Not one, not two, but THREE Rolex Series Champions confirmed for the ASI Scottish Open at the Renaissance Club.?
On the 7th February a group of young East Lothian Golfers, representing the East Lothian Junior Golf League and “Scotland’s Golf Coast”, are on their way to Pinehurst during the School Holidays to compete against the best Junior Golfers in North Carolina at the world famous Pinehurst Golf resort, site of several previous US Mens and Ladies Open Championships, and a Ryder Cup.
Thirteen of the fourteen Players soon to compete in the “Winternationals” event in Pinehurst USA between the 7th and the 18th February, recently attended a lunch at The North Berwick Golf Club. Some Parents and other family members, together with the 3 of the 4 Group Leaders, also attended.
Golf enthusiasts are in for a treat this Winter, with a change to the way we play golf in East Lothian. Haddington Golf Club, a long established parkland course in East Lothian, is adapting to the changing face of golf. Yesterday was the final day of voting for the proposed new course layout at Haddington Golf Club to change the route of their golf course to feature 2 distinct loops of 9 holes. 178 members voted in the Ballot, the result was an overwhelming majority voting, 79% voting YES to change to the new layout and 21% voting NO to remain on the same route.
Golf enthusiasts are in for a treat this Winter, with a change to the way we play golf in East Lothian. Haddington Golf Club, a long established parkland course in East Lothian, is attempting to adapt to the changing face of golf.
Less than six months after completing his marathon 2,000km trek around Ireland’s west coast carrying a golf bag on his shoulders, golf industry veteran Nick Edmund has shrugged off major surgery and radiotherapy treatment for cancer during the summer to embark on a second golf-walk in Scotland.
On Sunday 14th and Monday 15th October 2018, the inaugural Watson Cup Matches were played between the East Lothian Junior Golf League and the South Carolina Junior Golf Association.
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