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Kilspindie Golf Club is found in the nature reserve of Aberlady Bay, by the quaint village of Aberlady and the waters of the Firth of Forth in Lothian, Scotland. Kilspindie was established in 1867 and is believed to be the 35th oldest golf club in the world.Golf has been played over this piece of land since before 1850, but the golf course as it stands now was officially opened in 1898 by the Luffness Gold Club, renamed Kilspindie in 1899.

The links were designed by Park and Sayers with minor modifications over the years.Whilst playing these traditional Scottish links, golfers may catch sight of sea-birds diving for food, migratory geese and seal sunning on the land. In the distance, the course offers views of Edinburgh, the castle and the long extinct volcanic cone of Arthur’s Seat. Kilspindie Golf Club is easily accessible by road is only half and hour’s drive from Edinburgh city centre.

The city is accessible by road, rail and air.Kilspindie is a 18 hole links course with a par of 69 and a length of 5030m. The course is favourite of all those who play it due to its quick, deceptive greens and it’s well-defined fairways.Visitors are very welcome at the club and tee times are available for visitors all week and throughout the year. Green fees are very affordable and are available by round and by day. Club, trolley and buggy rental is available from the club.

Caddies are also available.Kilspindie Clubhouse has a bar and restaurant open to members and guests alike and guests pay the same prices as members for catering and at the bar where the clubs offers 7 varieties of gin and over 70 different malt whiskies. The clubhouse also has visitor changing facilities for men and women. It offers a practice area and a putting green as well as a fully-stocked professional shop where tuition is available from the club’s professional golfer.Kilspindie is a delightful course that will provide a good challenge whatever a golfer’s handicap.