What we say
Formed in 1921, Longniddry Golf Club in East Lothian the cradle of golf, is situated on the south shore of the Firth of Forth, arguably the finest stretch of golfing coastline in Scotland, 18 miles east of Edinburgh. Longniddry is the closest links course to Edinburgh, comprising an unusual combination of woodland and links, with spectacular sea views from many holes. Check out our unique fly-over webtour which gives a birdseye view of the course with photographs and expanding views of each green.
Designed by Harry S Colt, with no par 5s and 8 par 4s measuring over 400 yards, Longniddry offers a very good test of golf for both members and vistors who come to enjoy some of the best golf available in Scotland. Formerly an Open qualifying course, Longniddry is regularly asked to host amateur championships and recently hosted a 54 hole tournament for the Senior Pro-golf Tour.
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- Address Links Road, , LONGNIDDRY
- Tel 01875 852141
- Website www.longniddrygolfclub.co.uk
|Green Fees||Mon-Sun: £75 (round)|
|Course Length||6,260 yards (5,724 metres)|
- Course has: Bar
- Course has: Buggy Hire
- Course has: Driving Range
- Course does not have: Practice Green
- Course has: Pro Shop
- Course has: Restaurant
- Course does not have: Trolley Hire
- Course does not have: Dress Code
- Course has: Club Hire
- Course does not have: Handicap
What a fantastic day I had at Longniddry Golf Club. We booked our group visit through the club secretary who was incredibly helpfull and welcoming. We didn't really have many restrictions on the times we could play which was a fantastic bonus. Arriving at the course there was an information board outside the excellent changing rooms which had all the course information and our group details written up on it, welcoming us & informing club members of our visit. The pro shop is small but very well stocked and the professional was great. The course was excellent comprising of four par 4's and no par 5's. My favourite holes were the picturesque downhill par 3 sixth hole and dog leg par 4 12th. Although there isn't a par 5 the par 4's can be long and challenging, especially into a prevailing coastal wind. The par 4 third hole took two drivers to get near the hole. The fairways and greens were excellent and thankfully the rough wasn't too punishing. Off the course there were showers and towels provided and the food was really good, especially the steak and onion baguette! Overall an excellent experience and a real challenge getting round the course.