The oldest golf course in Edinburgh. It is called short hole because it is a pitch and putt course. 18 holes of golf in the middle of a city park, surrounded by schools, shops and houses. Remember to visit the Golf Tavern after your round.
We went for a walk from our hotel about 1/2 mile away and discovered this park in the middle of the city. My wife struck up a conversation with an older gentleman who explained that it was a combination park/36 hole pitch and putt golf course. To top it off, it's free. Since I didn't have my clubs on the... 更多
A wonderful location, adjacent to a dog park, and used by many but grounds are in great shape. The first course of this kind that I have seen in person. Great setting and beautiful neighborhood. Convenient to University and Old town.
Where else can you play short-hole golf in the middle of a city and at no cost? Here you just turn up with your chipper, putter and one ball (you really shouldn't lose it) - and off you go. You may not manage all 36 holes but never mind: the course isn't usually that crowded and next time you should... 更多
Well worth a stop here if you are lucky enough to get a dry and maybe even sunny day. A map of the holes is pinned to small green but, we did not make 36 but loved it.
This is free, outdoors and fun so it's hard not to like it! It was quite busy on the day we went but then it was one of the sunniest days we had had for a while so it was no real surprise! We took our own clubs and balls but you can hire them in the Golf pub for... 更多
Golf has been played on Bruntsfield Links since 1695 at least and the Golf Tavern, which is now a pub... 更多
The Bruntsfield Links short hole course must be unique in the world because it is FREE. Turn up with a... 更多