Lying hidden among the nature reserve of Aberlady Bay, the quaint village of Aberlady, and the teaming waters of the Firth of Forth, Kilspindie Golf Club is one of the finest hidden gems any golfer can find.
It is the 35th oldest golf club, with the current course designed and first played on 26 November 1898. Retaining a wonderful charm and offering a great warmth of welcome, Kilspindie is a traditional Scottish seaside links designed by Ross and Sayers with later additions by Willie Park.
Kilspindie is a favourite of any golfer who has played the course, of medium length but with quick, deceptive greens and well-defined fairways, the course is nonetheless a very good test of golf and a challenge to all, whatever your ability.
Several holes border the shoreline and each enjoys magnificent coastal views. Players may witness seabirds diving for food, migratory geese, and seals sunning on the sand. In the distance, you can see the profile of Edinburgh, its Castle, and the long extinct volcanic cone of Arthur’s Seat. This all combines to create an experience of golfing beauty that you will be unlikely to forget in a hurry.
- Established 1867
- Category Links
- Holes 18
- Gents par 69, 5495 yards
- Ladies par 70, 5092 yards
- Course SSS 66
- Course Architects Ross and Sayers
- Facilities for Disabled Guests
- Casual Catering
- Bar facilities
- Putting Green
- Pro Shop & Tuition Available
- Club, trolley and buggy hire
- Caddies available book in advance
- Changing/shower facilities
- Free Parking
- Use of Members Clubhouse
Cater for snacks to formal dinners. Fresh local produce and home baking. Special dietary needs catered for.