Golf Society Special Offers from Kilspindie Golf Club
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Kilspindie Golf Club
Telephone: 01875 870358
Length: 5,494 yards
Par: 72 Links Course
Society Green Fees
Weekday Rounds from £55
Weekend Rounds from £70
Kilspindie is one of the finest courses in the south-east of Scotland, lying hidden among the nature reserve of Aberlady Bay and the teaming waters of the Firth of Forth. When playing here, you may witness seabirds diving for food, migratory geese, and seals sunning on the sand, while in the distance, you can see Edinburgh, its castle, and the long extinct volcanic cone of Arthurs Seat.
The links were designed by Willie Park Jr and Ben Sayers and have had minor modifications over the years.
The par-3 opener is due north, while the second is the only par-5 but, when playing into a prevailing wind, it can almost play like a par-6!
The signature hole is unquestionably the eighth which, from the medal tees, plays across a sandy bay.
Some years ago, during an event, there were two holes-in-one on consecutive days - the first with a wedge and the second with a-3 wood!
The course is a favourite of any golfer who has played it: quick, deceptive greens, well-defined fairways, and a good challenge whatever your handicap.
Said to be the 35th oldest club in the world, Kilspindies charm is complemented by the warmth of the welcome from its staff.