North Berwick Golf Club is an immensely enjoyable golf course, located on the first of forth with stunning sea views across to Craigleith Island and Bass Rock. The club has a long and proud history and is known as one of the world’s oldest courses with a record of play over the original seaside turf. In the 19th Century it hosted many of the legendary challenge matches and today is ranked as a qualifying venue for the Open Championship.
The West Links offers a unique golfing experience, and poses a true challenge for even the most proficient golfer. It is a true links course – steeped in history – and complete with traditional revetted bunkers, blind holes, drives over walls and burns together with magnificent views towards the sea.
One of the many beauties of North Berwick is that a round is likely to take no more than three hours, it’s not the longest course in the world but it is unique and fun to play. You’ll get to negotiate deep bunkers and all kinds of humps and hollows as you progress through the course, which is one of real quality, presented and maintained to the highest standards.