The course is a real hidden gem, fantastic layout with superb tees, fairways and greens. We played on a very windy day and found playing into the wind on the back 9 very tough. I would highly recommend Dunbar to anyone wanting to experience links golf
Reasons to Visit Dunbar Golf Club
Designed by the legendary Old Tom Morris and later adjustments by James Braid
A fun, challenging layout which has hosted the Qualifying for The Open
A stunning links course measuring over 6500 yards from the back tees
Dunbar Golf Club is a fantastic links course situated on the estuary of the Firth of Forth about 30 miles from Edinburgh. The club was established in 1856 but has been redesigned over the years by the likes of Old Tom Morris, Ben Sayers and James Braid.
Dunbar Golf Club is an East Lothian gem which has played host a number of national tournaments, hosting the first PGA Championship on the European Tour in 1968, as well as being an Open Qualifying venue when The Open was staged at Muirfield.
The course sits at the South East side of the famous golfing territory of East Lothian often referred to as ‘Scotland’s Golf Coast’. Dunbar is playable all year round is a must play when you are in the area, stay in North Berwick, Gullane or even Edinburgh and you will not be far away.