Fillyside Road, Edinburgh, EH7 6RG, Scotland
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Golf Course Says
Craigentinny Golf Course is a short 5511 yard course with a par of 67. The enjoyable mix of par threes and par fours will test golfers of varying abilities and the course is also a great place to take up the game. Keep an eye out for the view's of Calton Hill and Arthur's Seat that make this Edinburgh course unique.
Golfalot Review of Craigentinny Golf Course
We've played Craigentinny a few times and it is good value for money for 18 holes in the centre of Edinburgh. As a local authority run course it is sometimes punished because it can be overplayed and wet weather can cause problems. Despite that it is generally kept in fine condition and, to be enjoyed at its best, is well worth a visit in the spring. A good mix of holes offers variety with short par 4's mixing with a fine assortment of par threes. The dogleg ninth with your approach to a small elevated green is one of our favourites. The rough can be punishing so, although this is not the hardest course you will ever play, there is plenty to keep your mind on the job in hand. The views of the city centre and Arthur's Seat are a reminder that you are enjoying your golf in the heart of Scotland's capital.
|Tom Hall||29/09/2008 13:51:21|
The council run courses in Edinburgh are far better than some you'll find elsewhere and Craigentinny is no different with a nice mix of par fours and par threes. The course is usually well maintained and although the greens are not the quickest they are more than adequate. The views up to the city centre and Calton Hill are impressive and the course is quite well sheltered from the elements. The fairways are reasonably generous but the rough can be quite punishing so it's a good idea to keep the ball straight as much as possible. The pick of the holes at Craigentinny for me is the ninth with a gentle dogleg leaving an approach over a big dip to reach a small, well guarded green although the par three fourth with its viciously sloping green is always a test.
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