North Berwick Golf Club
North Berwick, Scotland
a magic-filled journey back to the origins of golf
There are few courses like the West Links at North Berwick. Few that are older and few that are more fun. Few that are quirky and few that have had the influence of this seaside links 30 miles east of Edinburgh. This is a different sort of golf. With crazy greens, greens defended by stone walls and all sort of features you’d never see on a modern course, North Berwick is not like other courses. It’s better.
What To Know
Yardage & Tees
When to Play
Late spring and summer is your best bet for comfortable temperatures, plenty of sunlight, and minimal wind, but good weather can be found April through October.
Greens fees last verified October 2018. View them on northberwickgolfclub.com
Visitor Tee Times
Rentals & Caddies
Golf carts are not available at North Berwick.
Pull carts are available.
Electric pull carts are available in limited numbers. Email email@example.com to book one.
Rental clubs are £35, which includes a pull cart. Right and left-handed Titleist clubs for both men and women are available. North Berwick recommends booking the clubs in advance.
Other Things To Know
Year built: 1832
Parking: The course does not have a parking lot, you’ll have to park on nearby streets. North Berwick recommends leaving enough time to find a parking space.
Dress: North Berwick has a relaxed dress policy for their clubhouse. They say smart jeans and sneakers are as welcome as jackets and ties. They do as you don’t wear ripped or dirty jeans, track suits, or other sports tops.
Playing ability: North Berwick says all men should have a handicap of at least 24 and woman of at least 36. Visitors should bring a handicap certificate, although there are few if any reports of them actually asking for it. Still, be aware.