The Roxburghe Golf Course
Kelso, Roxburghshire TD5 8JZ
Tel : +44 (0)1573 450 331 Fax : +44 (0)1573 450 611

The Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course is owned by the Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe and is 3 miles from Kelso in the Scottish Borders. Besides golf there is tennis, croquet, shooting, fishing and falconry.

Directions
3 miles south of Kelso toward village of Heiton (A698). Follow signs to The Roxburghe.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club.
The Duke of Roxburghe's residence Floors Castle is adjacent to the club and open to the public. It is the largest inhabited castle in Scotland and made famous by its appearance in the Tarzan film 'Greystokes'.
Club name previously the Sunlaws House Hotel and The Roxburghe Golf Course.

Course Details

Course Name: The Roxburghe Holes: 18 Yardage: 7111 SSS: 75
SSS :- 75 Championship; 74 Medal; 72 Yellow; 72 Ladies

Opened in 1997 and designed by ex-Ryder Cup player, Dave Thomas, The Roxburghe is a rolling parkland course, featuring delicate par 3s over water, old fashioned blind tee shots, doglegs left and right and seductive par 5s. While the course has been designed with championships in mind, there are tees from which the club golfer can play from.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Roxburghe Golf Course Kelso

    Bill Mattocks wrote on: Oct 8, 2011

    This course just gets better and better
    What a fantastic experience
    We spoke to the Course Manager, Bob who has got to be one of the most interesting people in his business given his experience on some of the best courses in Scotland.
    Outstanding

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  • Roxburghe Golf Course Kelso

    Ian MacCallum wrote on: Oct 6, 2011

    What an incredible course
    The best we have played for a while. the course is in fantastic condition and the staff very friendly
    IM

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  • Roxburghe

    Adrian Gaspar wrote on: May 24, 2005

    I know these reviews are always subjective, but having played numerous inland courses, including some well known ones such as the Belfry and The Forest of Arden, this is the best I have played by a mile. A couple of blind tee shots which I thought was interesting for a relatively new course, although nothing compared to RCD. Lots of well placed and deep bunkers, beautiful fairways, great staff and some lovely views (14th obviously). Green fee for March was £40, which is great value for money.

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mik Douwe 10/01

    Mik Douwe wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    Magnificent course, especially considering it's young age (est. 1996) we played the course twice with a group of ten and found not only the course to be brilliant, but also the hospitable service from the prosho, we were told by locals that there is no comparable course in the general area. Kudos to the Roxburghe

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mark Brown 09/01

    Mark Brown wrote on: Aug 31, 2001

    Absolutely magnificent, beautiful, tranquil, tartan effect fairways, immaculate greens, scenery, challenging and a wonderful hotel and restaurant-as you can guess I loved it, but so did everyone who played it. I loved it even more than St.Andrews, but the bad thing is after telling my wife about it she wants us to go and stay for a long weekend and try the fishing, tennis, pheasant shooting, clay pigeon, spa, fitness centre, saunas, which will cost me an arm and a leg.
    Even if you're not into Golf it is an inspiring place to visit with so much to do and see.

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews E Innes 12/00

    E Innes wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    A great course to play with superb views. The best course in the borders by a long shot and very challenging

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Graham Muir 05/99

    Graham Muir wrote on: Apr 30, 1999

    Excellent golf course with superb course facilities. A long course made longer by the fact we were allowed to play from the Medal Tee's. Take a cart if your playing two rounds in a day!

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      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Graham Muir 05/99

        Funky Basran wrote on: May 16, 2005

        There is no apostrophe in tees.

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