Royal Musselburgh Golf Club
Coursetype: A James Braid designed parkland course and is the fifth oldest golf club in the world. Mature tree lined fairways and a fair test for the golfer.
Number Of Holes: 18
Yardage: From the white tees 6254 yards
Bar/Restaurant: Dining available from early morning till dinner at night offering an extensive range of traditional dishes, opening times may vary depending on the time of year and weather conditions
Drinks/Snacks: Bar snacks and sandwiches are available all day
Changing Facilities: The Ladies and Gents locker rooms provide changing facilities for the visitor
Shower Facilities: Unknown
Scorecard and layout
Royal Musselburgh Golf Club Scorecard. Click or Tap Image to see full size
Pro-Shop: The pro shop is stocked with a selection of current clothing and the very latest leading brands in golf clubs and golf equipment. Professional tuition available
Golf Club Hire: Top brand golf clubs complete with pull trolley available to hire
Buggy Hire: Buggies available to hire best to pre book to ensure availability
Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys and Powakaddy power trolleys available to hire
Practice Area: Practice range available
Putting Practice: Large practice putting green available
Location and Route Planning
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In their Words…….
Royal Musselburgh Golf Club is at the start of the famous stretch of golf courses on the East Lothian coast, situated to the east of Musselburgh on the B1361, this picturesque parkland course is certainly worth the visit.
Designed by the famous Open champion and golf architect, James Braid, Royal Musselburgh Golf Club is a picturesque parkland course kept in tip-top shape and a treat to play, especially when you are coming into the home stretch on the last five holes.
The Club is the fifth oldest in the world originating at the 9 hole Musselburgh Levenhall links where the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, Royal Burgess Golfing Society and Bruntsfield Golf Club also played.
Pride of place in the Royal Musselburgh is the Old Club Cup dating back to 1774, the oldest trophy still competitively played for in the world.Royal Musselburgh Golf Club