Mortonhall Golf Club
Mortonhall, founded in 1892 and just 4 miles south of Edinburgh Castle, is the oldest course in the City of Edinburgh over which golf is still played and is regarded as one of Scotland’s premier clubs.
With its immaculate greens and fairways, lined with mature trees and whin-covered outcrops the course is a superb championship test, boasting unrivalled scenic views across Edinburgh, the Firth of Forth and the Pentland Hills.
6,530 yards from medal tees and 6,273 yards from yellow; par 72.
The club has hosted the Scottish Amateur Stroke Play and the Scottish Youths Tournaments.
Mortonhall Golf Club, 231 Braid Road, Edinburgh, EH10 6PB