Idyllically set on the south bank of the River Tweed, adjoining a site of scientific importance, this 9 hole course enjoys an environment that enables the golfer to absorb a relaxed playing atmosphere which adds to the whole golfing experience. Between shots, it is possible to watch anglers landing their catch or the horses on the opposite bank drinking from the river. Wildlife is ever-present and the backdrop of sounds and movement just adds to a stress-free round.
The Club celebrated its centenary in 1999 and a new clubhouse was constructed to mark the occasion. It is an excellent facility providing changing rooms with showers. Depending on demand the catering facilities including a bar can be opened on request, however, the lounge is always open for visitors use. All facilities are open evenings and weekends in the peak season. The reception given to visitors has led to the Club being recognised as one of the friendliest courses in the Scottish Borders.
This parkland course is relatively flat, not too long but demands accuracy. It is not physically demanding and is an enjoyable test for all abilities. The maintenance of the course recognises the importance and proximity to the River Tweed and the need for the Club to maintain the quality of the environment. Each hole presents its own challenge and…
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Gespeeld op: 10 juni 2019 Beoordelingsdatum: 24 juni 2020Handicap: 18
We've been to St. Boswells either on the way home or, more recently as a meeting point for our annual Borders Tour (since 2001) the course is a little cracker, bounded by the Tweed to the north, its a super little 9 holer to start the week. Anne the secretary/caterer and I get the impression will do anything the club needs, puts on soup and sandwiches for our meet prior t…