Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society

THE FOURTH OLDEST CLUB IN THE WORLD 2017 LOTHIANS CHAMPIONSHIP VENUE FINE VIEWS OVER THE FIRTH OF FORTH OVER 250 YEARS OF GOLFING HERITAGE 2011-2015 OPEN QUALIFYING COURSE HOME TO 2016 SCOTTISH BOYS’ CHAMPION - Eric McIntosh LEGENDARY GOLFERS LUNCHES & HOSPITALITY

Latest News:

Bruntsfield deteat Burgess 5½-2½

Wednesday 26th July 2017

A fantastic away win against RBGS last night 5½-2½ in the summer league, well done to all who played.
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Club Championships

Monday 19th June 2017

The Club Championships finals were played on Saturday 17th June in spectacular weather. Stuart McLaren defeated Drew McIntosh with Nick Lanzl winning the B category.
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Mackenzie & Ebert course changes

Thursday 26th January 2017

Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society plans £1million investment with renowned architects Mackenzie & Ebert
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Past Events

As a testament to the quality of the course The R&A have since 2011 selected Bruntsfield as a Regional Qualifying venue for The Open Championship. The 2015 qualifier was won by amateur Matthew Clark with a 5 under par 66. Runner-up was the 2001 PGA Championship winner Andrew Oldcorn posting a 4 under par 67 with 5 other qualifiers making it to the next stage.

Bruntsfield has been a venue for The British Boys Championships in the past which has included famous names in golf including Peter Alliss in 1946 and Sandy Lyle who played in 1975.

The swash buckling American player Walter Hagen played Bruntsfield in 1933 during his visit to compete at The Open being played at St Andrews where he held the 36 hole lead.

Bobby Locke, the famous South African golfer renowned as the greatest bunker player of his generation played an exhibition match at Bruntsfield in 1954 and is seen second from right in this picture.







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