On the banks of the River Tweed, surrounded by the rolling Scottish Border hills, lies Peebles Golf Club, one of the most progressive and forward-thinking golf clubs in the country. Around 20 miles south of Edinburgh and overlooking the town itself, Peebles is a picturesque parkland that was founded in 1892, though the present day championship ‘kirklands’ course was constructed in 1934, the layout a Harry Colt design.
Measuring 6,100 yards, the par-70 is noted for its excellent putting surfaces where scores are generally made around the turn. It has a tough finishing stretch, so be sure to leave something in the tank to finish on a high.
Region :: Borders
Length :: 6,160 yards
Par :: 70
45 Kirkland St