Scotland's capital city is home to a distinguished and historic collection of parkland courses
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For many years one of the most exclusive clubs to gain entry to, Royal Burgess is now notably more welcoming to new members. This is by all accounts a pedigree parkland.
Edinburgh, Scotland and East Lothian
Updated by Tom Mackenzie, this pedigree parkland is home to a historic society founded in 1761, making it the fourth oldest club in the world.
Edinburgh and Scotland
This pedigree course that has hosted the Solheim Cup and European Tour events is a beastly, muscular examination, but a fine one at that.
Duddingston is a good old-fashioned track with the Braid Burn meandering into several holes. Beautiful views of extinct volcano Arthur’s Seat are found throughout the course.
The closest elite course to the centre of Edinburgh with terrific views of the capital's skyline. Mortonhall is an immaculately presented mature parkland.
One of the finest public courses in Britain offers an entertaining and intriguing round across a number of rolling, blind and elevated holes.
A James Braid design with small greens and a fine mix of holes.
It isn’t a long course but the greens are notoriously small.
A pleasant parkland design by James Braid which is just over 6,000 yards.
A peaceful experience with no par 5s and five par 3s make for a fun round.