Situated to the west of Edinburgh, Kingsknowe Golf Club is home to parkland course with two loops of nine holes.
Originally designed by Alec Herd, the 1902 Open champion, the course was later redesigned by James Braid. The course is laid out over and through the valleys of gently rolling hills on which Oliver Cromwell's army gathered to bombard Redhall Castle in 1650.
Nowadays, the course features views that are dominated by the old and new Forth bridges and the Queensferry crossing.
The hills now define the picturesque cherry tree-lined fairways from which the mindful golfer must propel his ball to the well-guarded and relatively small greens. There are several tough par-4s throughout the 18, with the feature hole coming at the 460-yard par four sixteenth.