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Brandon A wrote a review Sep 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom11 contributions1 helpful vote
This is what was waiting for the players on the 13th of September for the texas scramble! Total disgrace for any golfer to have to turn up and be greeted with this.
Date of experience: September 2020
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Liam M wrote a review Jul 2020
Linlithgow, United Kingdom18 contributions5 helpful votes
Another cracking day playing golf at Linlithgow GC. The greens and course are in fantastic condition. Booking a time for a visit is highly recommended, you will not be disappointed.
Date of experience: July 2020
salrosblue wrote a review Feb 2020
United Kingdom95 contributions34 helpful votes
Had a very enjoyable afternoon tea- plenty of refils and yummy cakes. The golf club has lovely surroundings. We received excellent service. Thank you
Date of experience: February 2020
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Stephen G wrote a review Jul 2019
Linlithgow, United Kingdom10 contributions3 helpful votes
If golf is for you, as it is for me, as much about the charm and splendour of the surrounding scenery as the boomed drives and holed putts then this course will warm your heart, delight and impress. It bursts open with a character only found amongst Scotland’s treasure chest of thoroughly enjoyable and quirky courses that are only available to golf lovers prepared to rummage deep beyond the top layer and search for the jewels that lie beneath. Easily dismissed by some due to it’s position on “the side of a hill” the course will first challenge your legs and take the breath from your lungs before rewarding you with a more metaphorical “breath taking” as you turn around at the top of the 5th and look towards the spectacular view including Mary Queen of Scots palace birth place and the rolling hills and countryside over the Forth and beyond. A short par 4 6th is followed by a couple of par 3s protected not only by bunkers but also a territorial pheasant! The course then flattens out and lengthens with a range of par 4s and 5s maintaining a view towards Stirling and providing a lovely sunset if you plan a twilight round. The long approach to the 16th green lying a the bottom of a gently sloping fairway is a great vantage point for a well struck shot where the change in altitude offers the opportunity to gaze after your ball for a few more seconds of carry than normal. The 17th tee is perched well above the green with the union canal threatening any long pull. Finally the 18th, a tight drive and after 400 yards along the side of the canal you’ll sink your final putt before sinking your favourite post golf tipple in the friendly atmosphere of a traditional golf club house. Photos attached.…
Date of experience: July 2019
Alan G wrote a review Jul 2019
Polmont22 contributions11 helpful votes
Played as a visitor and really enjoyed the course. Some challenging holes and course was in great condition. Cant fault it at all.
Date of experience: June 2019