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East Lothian doesn’t just offer a unique golfing trip, it offers an unmatched on and off course experience.
There can be few places to play golf or have a golf break in the world than on Scotland’s Golf Coast – East Lothian.
There are 21 fantastic golf courses along 30 miles of stunning coastline with a range of accommodation options to choose from to make the perfect trip.
The ultimate golfing experience
East Lothian offers nothing short of an ultimate golfing experience with 21 great courses (18 golf clubs) including venues that have hosted the Scottish Opens on five separate occasions since 2015.
Whether you’re looking for a challenge, a hidden gem or a fun 9 hole course to play, East Lothian has an unparalleled selection of courses to suit golfers of all standards.
If you’re looking to turn back time, why not try Hickory golf at Musselburgh Old links?
If that isn’t enough, the location is perfect with the furthest course being a 50 minute drive (30 miles) away from Edinburgh.
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East Lothian offers a wide range of accommodation options to choose from including a selection of self-catering, bed and breakfast, hotels and resorts to choose from.
Many of the accommodation options are independently owned meaning the management have a great knowledge of the golf in the local and surrounding areas.
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Away from the course
Some of the accommodation options are event equipped with with putting greens, short courses, bar-stool putting so you can keep your game sharp while you’re away from the course.
But, if you’re looking to wind down from golf East Lothian has an array of non-golf activities to choose from with the Seabird Centre in North Berwick, boat trips to the Bass Rock, Glenkinchie Distillery, Gosford Estate, Musselburgh Racecourse.
There are plenty of great dining options, particularly in Aberlady, Gullane and North Berwick and there are plenty of trains in and out of the centre of Edinburgh to North Berwick and Longiddry.
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