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for Craigielaw Golf Club, East Lothian, UK

3.8 of 5 stars6 Reviews

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jeanphil 7 Reviews
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Beautiful, almost authentic leftgolf

The place is still rather young in contrast to the many old-time facilities in the area, but you can only notice small things, all in all a great design place. Above all the Par 3's are all very beautiful, each hole has its own characteristics. Not brutally long holes, probably also because of the many hotel guests, nevertheless not easy; very faithful and sophisticated greens. Service at the bar and Proshop tipptopp, come gladly again!

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toba 56 Reviews
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This place offered us a great round with standing looking at a terrific surf and the bay.

Scotland Links DOH-Tour 2017

Played on 24/04/2017, slightly chilly at Tee1 still, over 18 holes then warmed the spring sun in loose clouds and fierce wind increasing to 7BFT.

This place offered us a great round with standing looking at a terrific surf and the bay. Links Course with great fairways and many also something hidden bunkers and raised greens exciting inspired us here.
To perfect service and very helpful Managemant, well-stocked pro shop.

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drfritzmaier 138 Reviews
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Can you play but you do not

Who loves golf with sea views, is certainly true Otherwise boring are nicer places in the region.

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golf-fun 29 Reviews
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Top place!

Great location with wonderful views! Super pro shop and very friendly Members!

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Roberto 8 Reviews
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Just as one wants a golf course

A very nice golf course with a panoramic view over the whole bay of Edinburgh.

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Kat 13 Reviews
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A left-modification

The place was nearly full with local pensioners on a normal day. In the pro shop they were very helpful and introduced us in between without notice.
It is a mixture of links and heathland, with many bunkers and some with stone walls. The biggest problem is the wind. In August, the place was well maintained, with hard fast Greene, despite continuous bad weather.
The terrain is fairly flat, with sea views from every hole, but without special scenic appeal.
Good infrastructure, changing rooms, showers, range, good restaurant with a nice terrace.
Kat

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