West Linton Golf Club

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1 golf course
18 holes
A golfing gem, the course is set in magnificent scenery with unparalleled views of the Pentland Hills. The well-maintained course offers a fine challenge to all golfers, with …
Founded
1890
Green fee weekdays
£50.00
Green fee weekend
£45.00

Total score

  • course maintenance9.2
  • facilities9.6
  • clubhouse8.0
  • Value for money9.4
  • hospitality9.3
  • restaurant8.8

Latest reviews

9.3
pb
pboeffard
Beginner
Played on: 12 August 2019
Handicap while playing: 10.4

really enjoyed the golf course. the landscape is very beautiful, the fairways and the greens perfects. holes are different and the par 4 have different range of distances. the club house is nice with beautiful views and the waitress re very very nice. a great moment!

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8.5
Played on: 30 July 2016
Handicap while playing: 30.0

Mooie baan gelegen aan de schotse border. De baan heeft veel - heide, bomen, wind, heuvels. De baan is zeer goed onderhouden met mooi gemaaide fairways en snelle greens. Het clubhuis is modern - zakelijk. De kwaliteit van de lunch was goed

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8.8
be
ben7
Beginner
Played on: 21 April 2016

Fantastisk fin bane oppe på heiene, fjellbane med linksfølelse

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Facilities

Putting Green

Golf school

Club rental

Buggy

Trolley rental

Electric trolley

Bar

Restaurant

Pro shop

Lockers

Courses at West Linton Golf Club

8.9
4 reviews

West Linton Golf Course

18 holes

West Linton Golf Club was formed in 1890, then it was a nine-hole course. In 1926, renowned course architect James Braid provided advice on the improvement of the course and many of his ideas were put into place in succeeding years. However, it was not until 1972, when additional land became available, that the course was extended to 18 holes. It is now recognised as one of the finest courses in the area and is part of the James Braid Golf Trail.

Contact West Linton Golf Club

+44 (0)1968 660256
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