Membership Offer - Merchants of Edinburgh

Membership 2019 Merchants Of Edinburgh

Situated in the Morningside area of Edinburgh, new members can expect a warm welcome and an enjoyable experience at Merchants of Edinburgh.

Opened in 1907, with unparalleled views from the Forth Bridges to Edinburgh Castle and North Berwick Law, the course was originally designed by Ben Sayers and remodelled in 1936 by the renowned James Braid, being one of only a few courses with a square green. 

Although not long by modern day standards, it is, nevertheless, a true test of golfing ability requiring great precision, with greens that are the envy of other clubs.

• WIN A YEAR'S FREE MEMBERSHIP AT MERCHANTS OF EDINBURGH

The clubhouse was rebuilt in 2001 and retains much of its original character. It provides first-class facilities and stunning views towards the Pentland Hills. 

With a unique course layout, it’s possible to play just three, six, nine, or a full 18 holes so whether you want to play for 30 minutes or three hours, Merchants of Edinburgh Golf Club can accommodate you.

Current offers

Full (First Year): £530
Under 30s (First Year): £300

15 months for the price of 12 (December 2018 – February 2020). Includes £30 on a swipe card for discounted bar purchases. Join now and there’s nothing more to pay until March 2020.

Contact

Phone: 0131 447 1219
Email: clubmanager@merchantsgolf.com
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Facebook: Search for ‘Merchants of Edinburgh Golf Club’
Twitter: @MerchantsGc

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