On the edge of the Firth of Forth, North Berwick is part of the famed East Lothian golf trail, which also includes the likes of Muirfield, Gullane and Kilspindie.
The 18-hole championship course designed by Donald Steel is a real gem found on ‘Scotland’s Golf Coast’.
Shaped by several of the great names in design, perhaps it should not come as a surprise that Longniddry’s character is so elusive.
Few links courses feature such dramatic changes in elevation like at Gullane. Impeccably presented the fairways and greens are a joy to experience.
Forever damned by faint praise and unable to escape from the shadow of its bigger, brawnier, older sibling, this should not be the case with No.2
Enjoying some of the best views of all three Gullane courses, Gullane No. 3 looks across Aberlady Bay to the Firth of Forth and Edinburgh beyond.
Dunbar was designed by a combination of Old Tom Morris, Ben Sayers and James Braid, not a bad trio, and together they produced a links classic.
Apart from an absence for the most part of sea views, it is the epitome of Scottish seaside golf that the purists among us love.
Kilspindie is the kind of course that comes to mind on dark winter days, reminding you of a distant and special experience.
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