Golf in The Scottish Borders, Courses, Ranges & holidays
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The Scottish Borders Golf Courses, Clubs, Driving Ranges
|EYEMOUTH GOLF CLUB||Golf Club|
|Gunsgreenhill, Eyemouth, TD14 5SF|
This superb 18-hole course, situated on the rugged South- East coast of Scotland, is a true challenge to any golfer and features some of the most scenic and interesting holes in Scottish golf. None more so than the sixth, a stunning par-3 over a vast gully with the crashing waves below. It's no wonder that this was nominated as
'Britain's Most Extraordinary Golf Hole'. The magnificent clubhouse at Eyemouth provides breathtaking views over the Berwickshire fishing town, excellent changing facilities and a well-equipped Professional's Shop. The Club's restaurant, meanwhile, is well known for its local fresh fish and succulent shellfish which are features of the menu. Directions: Easily reached from Central Scotland and the south - only one mile off the A1. The Winter Deals and Summer packages available: Visitors Welcome.
|TORWOODLEE GOLF CLUB||Golf Club|
|Galashiels, Selkirkshire, TD1 2NE|
Choose Torwoodlee Golf Club for that relaxing game of golf on the 18-hole course set in beautiful countryside.
The course is 6018 yards, Par 69, SSS 70. Afterwards relax in the comfortable fully licensed bar and choose from the extensive list of beers and wines, while enjoying a light snack to finish off your visit. There is ample parking and everyone is welcome.
The club held The Scottish Club Championship Finals in September 2005.
10 buggies available for hire, each feature iPad flyover facilities.
|MINTO GOLF CLUB||Golf Club|
|Denholm, Minto, Hawick, Scottish Borders, TD9 8SH|
Advisable to book. Larger groups need to make arrangements in advance. 18 Holes, 5542 Yds, SSS67 Par: 69. This is a beautiful parkland course ideally & spectacularly placed in the Teviot Valley, one of the Borders' loveliest. Although not a long course, each hole is different and constitutes its own challenge, particularly the 12th (Everest). Club house with bar and catering facilities. Male and female changing facilities with showers. Also available for hire are buggies & pull trolleys.
|HAWICK GOLF CLUB||Golf Club|
|Vertish Hill, Hawick, S Borders, TD9 0NY|
The course is on the Vertish Hill at the Western end of the town. 18 holes par 68 with the SSS being 69. There are spectacular views of the Border Hills in all directions, Full Bar and Catering, Showers, Changing Rooms. Special package deals green fees and catering for parties of 10 or more. Details on application.
|JEDBURGH GOLF CLUB||Golf Club|
|Clubhouse, Dunion Road, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, TD8 6TA|
Jedburgh Golf Club is a hidden jewel in the Scottish Borders. Boasting a magnificent 18 Holes course. This is a beautiful parkland course with spectacular and panoramic views. One of the Borders' loveliest. Although not a long course, each hole is different and constitutes its own challenge, particularly the 13th hole. Club house with bar and catering facilities. Male and female changing facilities with showers. Also available for hire are golf buggies and pull trolleys.
|PEEBLES GOLF CLUB LTD||Golf Club|
|Kirkland Street, Peebles, Peeblesshire, EH45 8EU|
Peebles Golf Club overlooking the town and surrounded by the Borders hills has developed into one of the best courses in the Borders and neighbouring Edinburgh region and with a modern club house it now boasts facilities to rival the best.
The testing course, originally developed by Harry Colt, is just over 6,160 yards long, par 70 and features wide rolling fairways with some magnificent views along the Tweed valley.
The course has a challenging start with the opening four holes played mainly into the prevailing wind, but is more generous from the fifth onwards.
The back nine has a more forgiving start but, from the fourteenth onwards, the closing five holes often prove very tricky.