Duddingston Golf Club
Duddingston Rd W
Edinburgh, U8 EH15 3QD, United Kingdom

+44 01316 617688
This gently undulating parkland course (in Gaelic, the word Duddingston means 'sunny side of the hill') opened in 1895 and is maintained throughout the year. Braid Burn winds through the fairways to challenge golfers on several holes.

Visitors and societies are welcome; the visitor walking rates are £40 per round, or £55 for a day-ticket.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:£30 - £39
   Weekend:£30 - £39
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Pro Shop :yes
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
9/24/20 Ronald Murray 92
9/17/20 Ronald Murray 93
9/14/20 Ronald Murray 90
9/10/20 Ronald Murray 97
9/5/20 Ronald Murray 87
9/3/20 Ronald Murray 83
8/29/20 Ronald Murray 98

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Recent Reviews

  Stu-Mac - 12/1/14
A very nice parkland golf course immaculate condition for this time of year, greens also run true, will most certainly be considering becoming a regular member here.
  Fatgolfer7 - 4/26/13
Nice Challenging course - 11/24/12
Top quality Course
A good test of golf
  paddyhibernian - 11/6/11
Excellent mature parkland course. Nice variety of holes with something to test all levels. New clubhouse is no more than average as is the fayre on offer within.
  RSimpson64 - 8/24/11
Thoroughly enjoyed my round but was very dissappointed by the greens which had far too much sand on them.

The sand was obviously used to dry out the greens which have had some very heavy rainfalls to deal with in the past few weeks but none the less the amount used has wrecked the putting surfaces.

I will definitely go back again but not until the greens have had a chance to recover from the downpours.
  srobbo07 - 6/27/14
  Rodin17 - 9/5/13
  usamark - 8/9/13
  premiershippotter - 7/26/13
  The Penguin - 3/24/13
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