The Renaissance Club is the perfect base for golf in Scotland. Your own private links and luxury accommodation; a short drive to the oldest courses in the world. The Renaissance Club is the dream of a golf passionate American family. The Renaissance Experience programme gives non-members the opportunity to experience the club as a Member for the duration of their experience. The Renaissance Experience can be used on a Monday or Wednesday at set times to gain access to the course for which the cost includes our iconic 3-course, Renaissance Club lunch.
The Renaissance Club nestles on 300 acres of the famous golfing coastline of the Firth of Forth. Immediately adjacent to the west of TRC is the world-famous Muirfield golf course. To the east are 36 holes of golf known as Archerfield Links. Slightly further east is another world-renowned golf course named North Berwick West Links.
The course at the Renaissance Golf was designed by Tom Doak and opened for play in 2008. The course is a links-style course, although it is quite undulating and with quite some penal rough. Three new holes have been added - 9, 10 and 11 - which run along Firth of Forth and provide some of the spectacular views.
Played on: 3 March 2018 Review date: 4 March 2018Handicap: 0
Es un campo muy restringido, únicamente para socios. Definitivamente, recomendable.
A pesar de la nieve, (en febrero de 2018), primera vez que nieva en Escocia en casi 7 años, y desde luego una de mas mayores nevadas de la historia de East Lothian, pude andar este maravilloso campo, acompañada de Malcolm Duck, dueño de Ducks Inn -un restaurante con habitaciones ideales …
Stunning half links half parkland built in 2008 and designed by Toam Doak.
The course is proud to be host of Scottish Open (2019) Ladies Scottish Open (2019) Scottish Senior Open (2017). AND! THIS WEEK we are competing at the Ladies Scottish Open 2020.
45 min away from Edinburgh. Easy road to drive on the right side for foreigners.
Played on: 26 March 2022 Review date: 27 March 2022Handicap: 3.9
Tom Doak's masterpiece is as tough a test as you'll find in Scotland, with some spectacular and challenging long par 4s as well as a good mix of interesting and varied length par 5s and 3s.
There have been some changes to the course this winter as a result of player feedback from the previous 3 Scottish Opens, with new fairway bunkers added on 1,4 and 7 and the 7th fair…