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abtroberto 9 Reviews
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Great links course

The first hole in particular through a hollow and back up to the green is a bit challenging, but otherwise a relatively easy course with varied beautiful views of the rocky coast on the one hand and the wide sandy bay on the other. Moderate green fee. A worthwhile place

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19.Loch 10 Reviews
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Worth every pound.

I can only agree with the assessment of reiner2304 from 2019. Everything is very well described there. Space is underestimated in my opinion. Green fee was £34 on Sunday and is a bargain for what is on offer.

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reiner2304 499 Reviews
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Location, location, location

Played on 7.7.2019. As part of a visit to the Scottish Open 2019, we have booked an accommodation in the village of Dunbar. The tranquil coastal village offers two 18-hole golf courses. Spontaneously, we decided to pay a visit to Winterfield Golf Club and play a game on a sunny Sunday afternoon. A start time was no problem at all, the game mode was manageable, so we also had time for lots of photos. From each lane you can see the sea! It is a link course that also has the typical pot bunker. The first 9 lanes, except for lane 1, are still very flat and rather unspectacular, so it becomes much more interesting and challenging on the backnine, especially when the wind comes into play. Here there are also some elevated tees with fantastic views of the sea and the beach. The course is quite short (PAR 65 for men / PAR 68 for women), but not least has a lot of rough and borders (eg the Atlantic) its challenges. The trajectories already require a precise game, as some tracks are also very close, for example, the opposing tracks 12 and 13 share almost a fairway. Walkers on the edge of the square should also keep an eye on. Extraordinary is the driving range, which seems to be played with own balls and played over the fairway of the 10th track. If you play the 10, the players on the driving range take a break! The green fee was cheap with 25 British Pounds in our view. The same price we paid for a hire racket incl. Trolly. The staff in the small, spooky Proshop in the clubhouse was very friendly, the atmosphere Scottish relaxed. The plumbing in the rather old but typical time-honored clubhouse was apparently modernized in the meantime. By the way, he did not ask us for an HC. The course is certainly not a high-end linkscourse, but it impresses with its location, location, location and can only be recommended.

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kalle 709 Reviews
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Great environment

The unknown links for little money is definitely a game worth!
Short tracks which have him and top view in the wind!

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mc 5 Reviews
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Winter Field Golf

A beautifully situated golf course. On each track with views of the sea and the Bass Rock. Friendly and attentive staff. Have the place already played three times and am always thrilled again.

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hhanisch 3 Reviews
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Winter Field GC

Toll-scale Golf Club from 1935 fantastic views over the North Sea. Not too heavy, top order. Bring joy to each lane.

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