Gullane Golf Club
Gullane, Lothian EH31 2BB
Tel : +44 (0) 1620 843115 Fax : +44 (0) 1620 842327

Gullane Golf Club

Gullane Golf Club is situated in the rugged hilly country of East Lothian. A golfers skill and concentration will be tested at every turn. The greens and holes are situated on hillside, and the ever-changing wind direction should be addressed with every shot.

25 km east of Edinburgh on A198

Further Information
Club also has 6 hole children's course.

Course Details

Course Name: Gullane Holes: 18 Yardage: 6466 SSS: 72

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Course Name: Course2 Holes: 18 Yardage: 6244 SSS: 70

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Course Name: Course3 Holes: 18 Yardage: 5252 SSS: 66
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    aaryomaan a bose wrote on: Mar 14, 2010

    hi i am aaryomaan bose i am 8years old from india coming to play the gullane course for the u s kids european tournament in june.can you please provide me information as to which course will i be playing out of the three....and where i can find detailed description of the course.please advice me on what aspect of the game should i consider during my practice here to play well on your course and if you can forward me an email id of a good caddy whom i can contact who can caddy me for the tournament.


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    Trevor Olson wrote on: Nov 5, 2009

    I am Trevor Olson age 7. I am a great grandson to James no middle initial Gullane golf pro in USA from Scotland. I need help in school. I am doing a project in school. I need a post card from Scotland and one for my sister. It needs to have your name what the weather is like in Scotland and the title of your favorite book. Pleas send post card to Trevor Olson and another one to my sister Daelynn Olson 395891 W. 1300 Rd Bartlesville OK 74003 Thank You Trevor Olson. I am really excited about receiving a post card from you.


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    G Colmer wrote on: Jul 18, 2009

    Played July 2009. Must say a wee bit disappointing after being told how good Gullane was. Lovely day though. Excellent Pro Shop.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews P.Ward Hdcp 14 06/01

    P.Ward Hdcp 14 wrote on: May 31, 2001

    Played Gullane 2 on June 2001,on a sunny and completely windless day. Very narrow fairways to hit off the tee, plenty of pot hole bunkers around the greens and on the fairways. If you can't keep your tee shots out of the rough you find yourself searching in long grass at every hole. The greens and fairways are immaculate and the views when you reach the top of the third hole are well worth the steep climb up to the summit. One word of advice we came as a group of twelve for a golfing weekend and played 9 holes on Gullane 3 in the morning 18 on Gullane 2 in the afternoon. When you finish at hole nine it is roughly two miles back to the club house up and down hills walking across fairways and around greens, annoying for other golfers in the middle of there rounds. We played two other courses.
    Whitekirk and Musselburgh (Monktonhall) both were excellent and the club members at Monktonhall where very friendly and made us feel very welcome.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Carl kallen Hdcp 13 03/01

    Carl kallen Hdcp 13 wrote on: Feb 28, 2001

    Played the course in mid-September 1998. Spectacular day with wisps of
    sharp wind. Tricky ups and downs and a few hidden fairway bunkers.
    Just like most courses in Scotland, Gullane #2 offers very tricky
    rough. Elevated, dry and hard greens require a well-developed
    pitch-and-run play 100-yards and in. Do not attempt playing this course
    if you are not capable of hitting low, bouncing approach-shots. Forget
    'plotting' approaches. Blind shots abound but also spectacular (3 and
    17th hole) views where destiny is in the golfer's hands (club).


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Burk and Jeannie 03/99

    Burk and Jeannie wrote on: Feb 28, 1999

    We played Gullane 1 in August of 1997. We had added it at the last minute, and even though we had told our wives that we would not play a fifth round while we were in Scotland, we did. My partner was a 7 at the time and I was an 8. His caddy's name was George, and George only saw Rich's swing on the first hole and from then on, George would hand Rich a club and tell him how hard or soft to hit the shot.
    The golf course was a great challenge. There are many varied holes, 110 yard par 3, a 320 yard, par 4 and then some tough ones, 445 yard uphill par 4 which was fantastic.
    If you get a chance to play this one -do it! you'll love it, just ask for George for your caddy.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Colin McClung 01/99

    Colin McClung wrote on: Dec 31, 1998

    I am a Gullane Golf Club member and have played here for approximately 20 years - and hence am probably a little biased. I thought the No.2 course requires a review for some our visitors who are looking for a challenging round of links golf in East Lothian. No.1 course is the better course, but just because No.2 is named so does not mean that it is that much less of a challenge, you just need to look at the Summer Meeting scores (1 round on No.1 and another on No.2) as evidence to that. It also represents great value for money for a round at the weekend which is significantly cheaper than No.1 and neighbouring course.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Gordon Malcolm Stirling-Whyte 11/98

    Gordon Malcolm Stirling-Whyte wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    I am a 7 handicap player and played Gullane No.1 in an open tournament during the summer '98. It is a beautiful test of typical links golf and really made for a great days golf. The first hole is relatively easy but this should not lure you in to a false sense of security for the remaining holes are all very dangerous. The course includes some very beautiful views of the Firth of Forth and Muirfield.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Evan W. Fleisher 11/98

    Evan W. Fleisher wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    Played here in early July as the second of two rounds in one day...and we paid for it! This course can be brutally hard if the wind is up. All the recent rains have made the rough incredibly high, over the knee in places. Views are spectacular as mentioned, with some nice peeks at Muirfiled in the distance. Bunkering was monir compared to some of it's cousins around Scotland, but you MUST stay on the fairway here or you are meat. #2 (Windygate) and #17 (Hilltop) were my favorite holes.


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