Reasons to Visit Kilspindie Golf Club
Kilspindie is one of the oldest courses in the world, opened in 1867
The course measures 5500 yards from the back tees
Stunning views across the Firth of the Forth coastline
Kilspindie Golf Club started out as Luffness Golf Club, founded in 1867, it was at the time the 35th registered golf club in the world. Some 27 years later the club was split by its members into Luffness New Golf Club, which was moved closer to the village of Gullane and Kilspindie Golf Club built on links land bordering Craigielaw Farm.
The resulting Willie Park Jnr. and Ben Sayers design is a delightful, classic links golf course that sits alongside Aberlady Bay, on the rugged coastline of the Firth of Forth.
Kilspindie Golf Club could be described as a hidden gem along the golfing paradise of the East Lothian coastline, with no less than 15 coastal courses within a 10-mile radius, including the likes of Muirfield, Royal Musselburgh and Gullane.