Past captain and life member Robin Brydon has been a member for 40 years and has witnessed the club mature to now be “considered by many to be one of the finest courses in the south of Scotland”.
The course is set in a valley amongst mature trees, a river and divided by the New Borders Railway, which opened in September 2015.
The club has been voted the most friendly and most visited course many times in the last two decades by the local golf passport scheme customers.
The unique aspect of the golf course has to be its stunning views, surroundings, and wildlife coupled with the quality of its greens and fairways.
The club is moving forward both on and off the course by keeping up with new technology and improving facilities to
provide a quality experience for both members and visitors alike.
Located just two miles north of Galashiels on the A7, the club is in the centre of the borders and under an hour Edinburgh.
Country (outwith 17-mile radius): £325