King’s Acre

Play and practice at King’s Acre Golf Course

King’s Acre, near Edinburgh, Scotland, is an excellent modern golf facility for beginners and professionals alike. As you travel along the long drive into King’s Acre you realise that the course is a quiet oasis where you can get away from distractions and concentrate on your golf.

King's Acre Golf Course

In recent years, many professional golfers have done just that. Those who have used the facilities at King’s Acre include Ross Fisher, Paul Broadhurst, Paul Lawrie, Peter Bake and Andrew Oldcorn. The course and practice areas, including the 30-bay driving range, are also regularly used by local professionals and top amateur golfers.

The challenging 18-hole golf course tests and rewards all standards, demanding the player to successfully negotiate various lies and elevations, bunkers and water hazards, dog legs and shots between trees.

While King’s Acre has different levels of membership, it is open for pay and play for outings and golfing societies.

The large clubhouse provides excellent food and drink and contains a large function room, veranda lounge, sun room and comfortable lounge.

And all this is less than a mile from the Edinburgh City By-pass, just 20 minutes from  Edinburgh Airport and only 30 minutes from the famous courses of East Lothian including Muirfield, Gullane and North Berwick.

Play and practice at King’s Acre Golf Course

King’s Acre, near Edinburgh, Scotland, is an excellent modern golf facility for beginners and professionals alike. As you travel along the long drive into King’s Acre you realise that the course is a quiet oasis where you can get away from distractions and concentrate on your golf.

King's Acre driving range

In recent years, many professional golfers have done just that. Those who have used the facilities at King’s Acre include Ross Fisher, Paul Broadhurst, Paul Lawrie, Peter Bake and Andrew Oldcorn. The course and practice areas, including the 30-bay driving range, are also regularly used by local professionals and top amateur golfers.

The challenging 18-hole golf course tests and rewards all standards, demanding the player to successfully negotiate various lies and elevations, bunkers and water hazards, dog legs and shots between trees.

While King’s Acre has different levels of membership, it is open for pay and play for outings and golfing societies.

The large clubhouse provides excellent food and drink and contains a large function room, veranda lounge, sun room and comfortable lounge.

And all this is less than a mile from the Edinburgh City By-pass, just 20 minutes from  Edinburgh Airport and only 30 minutes from the famous courses of East Lothian including Muirfield, Gullane and North Berwick.

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