Founded in 1761, the Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society is the fourth oldest in the world, and enjoys an enviable location in over 150 acres of mature parkland on the north west outskirts of Edinburgh, less than 6 miles from the city centre, with spectacular views over the Firth of Forth.
Although the Society is a members’ club that values its traditions, visitors and guests will be made very welcome. Continual improvement to both course and clubhouse have been made over the years to ensure standards are maintained; a visit to Bruntsfield will always be remembered.
The clubhouse offers fine views over the course, and was extensively refurbished in 2009. Both the members’ lounge, with its unique curved window offering a panoramic outlook, and the more informal visitors’ lounge, provide a comfortable and friendly environment to relax after your round. Bruntsfield is rightly renowned for the quality of lunch, which is served daily in the upstairs dining room.
Bruntsfield has been the venue for several R&A and SGU championships, and in 2011, our 250th year, became a Regional Qualifying Venue for the Open Championship. But no matter what your golfing aspirations may be, you can be assured of a warm welcome to Bruntsfield, and we hope you will enjoy a visit to our historic club soon.
Bruntsfield:Saturday 31st January. Course is closed due to the snow and frozen conditions..