The course has some memorable holes on the back nine, but overall played more like a parkland than a links. By this I mean that the fairways were quite heavy and slow. Didn’t use the club house so can’t comment on the facilities.
Glen Golf Club is one of the most popular seaside courses in Scotland, which was established in 1906 when Ben Sayers and James Braid were commissioned to extend the existing nine to the championship 18-hole layout, in situ today.
The course runs along the East Coast which offers striking views out to the Firth of Forth and the Bass Rock, the world’s largest northern gannet colony.
North Berwick is famous for the West Course but be under no illusions, The Glen is a fantastic complement to the West Course.
East Lothian plays host to a lot of superb golf courses and once you have past Gullane you head through the beautiful North Berwick to the East of the Town to find the Glen.