Why not take the opportunity to give your clients and staff the advantages of corporate membership in one of Scotland’s premier courses - a championship course recognised by the R & A in selecting it as one of only 4 final qualifying courses for the 2013 Open Championship.
The Musselburgh Golf Club lies just off the end of the Edinburgh City bypass - in easy reach of most of central Scotland. The course itself was designed by James Braid and opened in 1938. The length from the championship tees is a testing 6725 yards and with a par 71, SSS 72 it is a quality test of golf. Built round a bend of the river Esk, it has relatively flat tree-lined yet generous fairways. The Craigie burn meanders over some fairways giving golfers the option of laying up short or going for the green.
To have any hope of conquering this course you have to be able to keep the ball in play while still being long off the tee. Although it is not easy, it is still a very enjoyable course to play, which is proven by the fact that many visitors return time after time.
Our resident PGA professional Norman Huguet and his staff are always on hand for advice and assistance and our resident catering staff are already making a name for themselves as the providers of high quality food, from simple bar menus to a full à la carte table.
The benefits include:
- Up to 30 fully bookable tee times (equivalent to up to 120 players)
- Full access to the clubhouse facilities
- Free use of the boardroom for company meetings
- Easy access from Edinburgh City bypass with excellent parking
- Full a la carte dining or bar lunches
- Full club fitting and customisation service
- Free swing analysis for the top executives
- Company advert on tee marker
- A friendly welcoming atmosphere
For fuller details see our and information pages.
Musselburgh Golf Club welcomes visitors on weekdays and at limited times on a Sunday.
Please use the links below to book a tee off time or an open competition online
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Alternatively you can book by telephone, by fax or via email