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In 1913, the original course was laid out by Robert Simpson, the professional at Carnoustie, of which the first four holes still survive today. Since 1950 the club has had an association with the MacKinnon family of Drambuie fame. It was Gena MacKinnon who bought Braehead Farm to protect the interests of the club, and leased the land to the club in 1950 so that the club could be extended to 18 holes. Although not a golfer, Mrs MacKinnon enjoyed performing the opening ceremony of the club every year. The driver she used has pride of place in the clubhouse.
Linlithgow Golf Club sits high above the Royal Burgh town of Linlithgow, Scotland. Our beautiful 18-hole course is situated within the farmland and hillside of the surrounding area, offering up stunning views of the Ochil Hills, Union Canal and Forth Valley. Steeped in history and tradition, Linlithgow is ideally situated half way between Edinburgh and Glasgow.
At 5,851 yards, the course is short enough not to be tiring but tough enough to demand good golf shots. Before you play, stock up on essentials at the Pro Shop, where you will find all the top names at very keen prices. Hone your game on our excellent practice facilities, or take lessons from our qualified resident PGA Professional, Stuart Reekie.
Our clubhouse creates a warm and friendly atmosphere where you can enjoy our hospitality before venturing out onto the first tee. On returning to the clubhouse you can quench your thirst with a drink from our well stocked bar, where you will also find a menu that will certainly fill the gap left by your exertions around the course.