Musselburgh Links is steeped in history - Mary, Queen of Scots reputedly played here in 1567. The links was originally seven holes, with another added in 1838 and the full nine holes came into play in 1870. For many years the Links were neglected but now the course is in fine condition due the efforts of many and there is talk of becoming 18 holes, but it is well worth playing as it is.
Information on Royal Musselburgh Golf Club , Prestongrange House , Prestonpans
Course Statistics: 18-hole, Par 70, Yards 6237
Green Fees: Weekday: £35 per round, £45 per day. Weekend: £40 per round. Juvenile: £15 per round.
Visitors Info: Welcome.
Societies Info: Welcome by arrangement with the Management Secretary.
Date Founded: 1774
Designed by: James Braid
Catering: The Clubhouse opens from 8:00 with a full breakfast menu available at 9:00 a.m. Food is served throughout the day from either the daily lunch buffet or the all day menu that offers an extensive range of traditional dishes and light snacks. Dinner is also served in the clubhouse, hours may vary depending on the month and weather conditions.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
|Local Directions:||From the A1, take Wallyford/Dalkeith turn off. Go through Wallyford. Then follow road signs for B1361 – North Berwick road.|
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