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During the 2015 Scottish Open the GGC Captain Robert Dick at the time was interviewed by Rich Lemer of the Golf Channel on the 10th July, click here to view the footage.
We have 4 flyovers available:
Course No. 1 is carved into the ancient links turf, pot bunkers, wispy grasses and smooth-running greens is a unique challenge for the serious golfer. On the PGA Website, the course was voted one of the Most Picturesque Golf Spots in 5th place in the World in a list that includes Augusta National and Pebble Beach.
Course No. 2 running alongside No. 1 for the first seven holes, the course sweeps down to a nature reserve next to Aberlady Bay before turning back towards home and the Visitors' Clubhouse.
Course No. 3 of all the courses at Gullane, No. 3 enjoys some of the best views across Aberlady Bay to Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth beyond.
Members and visitors playing the course that day are welcome to use the club’s practice facilities during their visit. A full-length range is located next to the Visitors' Clubhouse with practice putting greens conveniently positioned next to the 1st tees of all three courses. Our short-game area, practice putting green and training bunker are situated at the far end of range.
Range balls are included in the green fee rates.
There is no halfway hut on any of the courses however depending on the course you are playing the nearest point for supplies of drinks or snack bars is either the Pro Shop (No. 1) or the Visitors' Clubhouse (No. 2 and No. 3). Alternatively both Clubhouses can provide a take-away service of coffee and bacon rolls for those golfers wanting to head straight to the first tee.
There are water drinking fountains are located at:
No. 1 – 11th tees
No. 2 – 9th green
No. 3 – 10th tees
The toilets on the courses are situated at:
No. 1 – Between the 5th and 8th tees.
No. 2 – Behind the 5th green and left of the 16th yellow tees.
No. 3 – Left of the 13th green towards the Greenkeepers shed.
Call us on:
+44 (0)1620 842 255