Covid 19 update 23 Sep 2020

Following the First Ministers announcement yesterday the following additional restrictions are now in place.
The clubhouse will close at 10pm.
Golfers from different households should travel separately.
It remains in place that you can play in a fourball from 4 different households but once in the clubhouse or sitting outside it is reduced to 2 households per table.
Facemasks must be worn when entering, leaving and moving about the clubhouse and shop. Once you have completed what you’re in for please move on to avoid larger groups accumulating.
Thank you for your support and understanding.
WGC committee.

Please be aware that we are following strict social distancing rules, so please follow all signs.

During this period, Scottish golfing bodies will be following the practices set out in https://www.pga.info/covid-19-resource-hub.
Golfers should familiarise themselves with this advice and be aware of the measures which will affect their golfing experience.

Full fee lists are posted on our website.
The Enjoy Leisure season ticket fee has been rebated pro-rata to account for recent closure.

A superb 18 hole links course with stunning views of the Firth of Forth, the Bass Rock and the Isle of May, with Lammermuir Hills as a backdrop. You will not be disappointed by a trip to this lovely wee course.

Situated on the stunning East Coast of Scotland at Dunbar. This 18-hole marvel is a good test of golf. From the intimidating first hole Whelkie Haugh to the demanding eighteenth St Margaret’s, the views are breathtaking.

The Golf Club has a rich history of Junior Champions going on to have successful careers as Professionals, they include Raymond Russell, Scott Gourlay and Lee Harper. Other former Club Champions like James Martin and Robert Martin have also tested themselves in the professional ranks.

Past Champions Stephen Easingwood and John Huggan Jnr have also distinguished themselves at Amateur level with notable achievements in the Amateur and National Boys Championships. Current Club Champion Graham Davidson is a past Lothian’s Champion of Champions.