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CRAIGIELAW GOLF CLUB announced as

Scottish Golf club of the year 2018

Award-winning golf in East Lothian Located just a few minutes south of Edinburgh, the Lothians region is one of Scotland’s finest golf break destinations with a choice of well over twenty-two golf courses to test all ages and abilities. Visiting groups can enjoy a blend of traditional links exposed to the varying wind conditions of the region and an excellent array of inland golf courses; many steeped in history and all offering a warm welcome to visiting golfers.

The rugged and beautiful coastline of East Lothian is affectionately known as Scotland’s Golf Coast with so much choice within an hour’s drive from the historic and lively capital city of Edinburgh and its international airport. The area if famed for its links golf course and, at the top of the pile it Craigielaw Golf Club; a club with a well-earnt reputation for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere.

Scottish Golf Club of the Year 2018


You Golfer eMagazine are delighted to announce it ‘Scottish Golf Club of the Year 2018’ as the wonderful, Craigielaw Golf Club. The Senior Management of the publication strongly believe that the golf club should be high on the list of priorities when visiting East Lothian if not for its impeccably maintained golf course but it’s welcoming atmosphere. It is little wonder why visitors come back again and again to enjoy the unique, charismatic links golf course at Craigielaw.

Scottish Golf Club of the Year 2018

The well-appointed, Craigielaw clubhouse has a warm and welcoming atmosphere and serves local and seasonal produce whilst offering stunning views of the golf course.

The courtyard at Craigielaw is the ideal place to spend a sunny afternoon with friends or unwind after a round on the championship golf course; enjoy a snack or evening meal in the sun-drenched courtyard in the summer months.

Stay and Play…

The course measures 6,601 yards from the Championship tee and is often referred to as a ‘golfers’ paradise’. Designed by renowned golf course architect, Donald Steel, Craigielaw is relatively new to the East Lothian golfing scene, having opened its fairways in 2001 but has already hosted national events, including the 2006 Scottish Amateur Strokeplay Championship.

Craigielaw is one of a handful of golf clubs in East Lothian to offer on-course accommodation, ideal for exploring ‘Scotland’s Golf Coast’ and the region’s beautiful coastline with its stunning beaches, castles and walks. Craigielaw Lodge offers twenty-five twin or double bedrooms all with sea-views as well as superb courtyard accommodation.

Inspired by the great links golf courses of Britain, the Craigielaw course features challenging greens and cavernous bunkers as well as boasting spectacular views over the Firth of Forth, Gullane Hill and out towards Edinburgh and Fife. The Club’s course is complimented by its short game and practice facilities, driving range and fully stocked professional shop which are second to none.

Whether its bacon roll before hitting the undulating fairways and dunes of the golf course, having a coffee whilst catching up with friends, lunch with family or a more formal dining occasion, the clubhouse team cater for all offering the utmost in attention to detail and high quality dishes.

For further information, please contact the award-winning, Craigielaw Golf Club

T:01875 870 800 E:info@craigielawgolfclub.com W:craigielawgolfclub.com

The Lodge offers visitors to the region, the unique experience of enjoying the excellent Craigielaw golf course and the finest in Scottish hospitality. Perfect for romantic getaways, golfing weekend and society breaks, the Lodge also boasts facilities for outdoor barbeques during the summer months.


Scottish Golf club of the year 2018

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