Craigielaw Golf Club, East Lothian
The Town House Collection are delighted to recommend Craigielaw Golf Club in East Lothian.
Craigielaw is one of East Lothian's newer golf clubs. Opened in 2001, it more than meets the challenging standards set by its more established neighbours.
The Championship 18 holes links course has hosted 9 PGA tournaments and 4 national Amateur events. Measuring 6,601 yards and playing to a par of 71, ladies playing 5371 yards, the links are managed in traditional fashion with minimal watering, but it is the greens that are special. Each is defended by an armoury of bunkers and the putting surfaces all conform to USGA standards.
Combine this with the Academy grass driving range and South Links 6 hole, par 3 course, the whole set up at Craigielaw is geared to giving guests' a unique all round golf experience.
After golf you can unwind and discuss the highs and lows of your game in the stylish, contemporary clubhouse which is relaxed and informal. The views and refreshments will definitely reward you after the challenges of the course.
Hotel guests staying at The Bonham are entitled to the following exclusive offers:
A warm up session on the driving range and 6 holes course, followed by the 18 hole course. Priced £44 per person midweek and £60 per person at the weekend.
Coaching sessions with a PGA professional for one hour for 4 people. Priced £100
Available at an extra cost and subject to availability:
Set of Golf Clubs - £20 per round or £25 for the day
Trolleys - £3 per round
Buggies - £25 per round or £35 for the day
To make a booking please contact a member of our reservations team.
Please note we require two weeks notice to make golf bookings and you will need your hotel reservation number.
You will be charged at the time of booking.
T: 0131 274 7409
Craigielaw General Information
Craigielaw Golf Club operates a smart/casual dress policy throughout the clubhouse and on the golf courses.
Members, guests and visitors are expected to dress in appropriate golf wear. Jeans are allowed in the clubhouse, but not on the golf course.
Soft and metal spikes are allowed on the golf course.
Soft spikes only are allowed in the clubhouse.
No jacket or tie is required for the clubhouse.
Changing facilities have showers and towels are provided.