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.


Following the Scottish Governments announcement on Tuesday 17th Nov the Committee has had to make the unfortunate decision that members who need to travel from a level 3 or 4 tier local authority will not be able to play in club competitions until the restrictions have been lifted or tiers changed.
The following is an extract from Scottish Government website. Full details can be found at https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-protection-levels/
“Travel and transport,
Travel restrictions will be put into law on 20 November to further enforce the current guidance that restricts people who live in a Level 3 or Level 4 local authority area from travelling outside their local authority except for an essential purpose – such as work or caring responsibilities.
The regulations also prevent non-essential travel into a Level 3 or 4 local authority area, except for the same reasons.”
From Scottish golf dated 18/11/2020.
“We have been working with our partners at Sport Scotland and the Scottish Government to gain final sign-off on our latest version of our COVID-19 Guidance for Golf Clubs and Golfers which includes a new summary sheet detailing what golf activity can take place under each level of protection. This information should be used in conjunction with Scottish Golf’s main guidance and clubs should be aware that this guidance may be subject to further change. Should this happen, we will continue to keep all clubs informed.”
As the situation changes we will keep you updated.

On-course golf activities continue with up to four players from four different households allowed to participate together.

Toilet facilities, locker rooms and professional shop are open.

The restaurant is open, serving meals and rolls.
Only 2 households are allowed to sit together either inside or out.
The opening hours are;
Monday-Thursday 9 am until 4 pm
Friday – Sunday 9 am until 6pm
No alcohol will be served in line with Scottish government restrictions.
Please book for meals to make sure you’re not disappointed.

Throughout the club we have ensured safe practice in accordance with current guidelines.

Increased sanitation, face coverings and social distance measures are in place. Please observe any advisory signs during your visit.

Thank you for your continued understanding during these difficult times. WGC committee