Gifford Golf Club is a beautiful and secluded 9-hole golf course set in gently undulating parkland framed by the Lammermuir Hills and bounded by mature woods and farmland. The course demonstrates the variety and versatility of golf on Scotland’s Golf Coast.
“There is far more to East Lothian golf than simply championship links …”
Rob Smith, Golf Monthly
Originally laid out in 1904, subtle improvements are carried out annually and this can be seen in the recently renovated tees and bunkers throughout the course.
The Speedy Burn meanders through the course and comes into play on several holes.
When playing a full 18 holes, the different positions of some tees on the back nine provide new challenges – particularly the 10th hole …
Scorecard, Handicap Chart & Local Rules
The Course Scorecard can be downloaded here: Gifford Golf Club – Course Scorecard
The Course Handicap Chart can be downloaded here: Gifford Golf Club – Course Handicap Chart
Local Rules are detailed on the reverse of the Scorecard and can be downloaded here: Gifford Golf Club – Local Rules
Members and visitors playing the course are welcome to use the Club’s practice net facilities during their visit. These are situated next to the Clubhouse.
Being a 9-hole course, there are no on-course facilities – although the Clubhouse provides a great halfway hut (with toilets) when playing 18 holes!
Unfortunately, no dogs are allowed on the course.