Designer: Harry S. Colt
Length: 6,260 yards
Longniddry occupies a modest one hundred and six acres with an overall length of 6,230 yards, but with four of the very best golf course architects having left their distinguished marks on the course layout (Harry Colt, James Braid, Mackenzie Ross and Donald Steel, it is a wonderful place to feel some of the history of the East Lothian region. It is a blend of parkland and links, providing the best of both.
The course is designed to reward the player who strategically works their way around the course. Fairways are fairly wide and the greens are quite large, but there are a number of obstacles such as punishing bunkers, thick gorse, and gnarly rough to contend with.