225 yards Par 3
The first tee is beside the Clubhouse and the hole is a good, firm one-shotter across Crawly Burn, which splits the fairway 150 yards from the tee, to a long and lightly bunkered green.
355 yards Par 4
A very good dog-leg hole with out-of-bounds on the left. The drive is over the burn and high bank to the top right of a gap in the trees, the second an iron shot across a ditch to a lightly elevated green bunkered at sides.
208 yards Par 3
A picturesque hole, played from a high tee requires a good straight shot to a green guarded by firs on the left fairway and bunkered on the right and left sides, the burn forms a hazard at 60 yards in front of the green.
451 yards Par 4
A good two-shotter, played from the tee slightly dog-leg to the left, to an open approach to the green; fairway flanked by a wood on the left and a road on the right. A large green is very well bunkered.
237 yards Par 3
A completely natural hole with no improvements, no alterations, no bunkers. Described by home and overseas visitors as one of the finest seen on their travels. From a high tee a bold shot is required to carry 200 yards over the burn, the narrow fairway is flanked by trees on both sides and a lateral water hazard on the right, the burn also guards the green in front and to the left.
273 yards Par 4
A straightforward hole – a drive from the tee and a pitch to a well-bunkered green. Out-of-bounds fence on the right of the fairway from tee to green.
303 yards Par 4
A long straight drive to a green on top of a hill. Playing into a prevailing west wind requires a careful well-placed shot. This hole can be a real card-wrecker.
164 yards Par 3
Another picturesque hole beautifully surrounded by trees. An iron shot from a high tee to an inviting looking but well bunkered green, the burn forms a lateral hazard to the right.
331 yards Par 4
A very well designed and teasing hole. The burn runs on the left and the tee-shot must be well placed to the narrow neck between the burn and the woods on the right, the green is then open for an approach shot of some 160 yards.
335 yards Par 4
From the tee a well-placed drive to the left of the fairway carrying a ditch and avoiding the burn on the right of the fairway, the burn also forms a water hazard 60 yards in front of the green, this leaves a tricky approach shot to a semi-hidden sloping green.
211 yards Par 3
The best short hole on the course. The burn forms a water hazard about 100 yards in front of the tee and then forms a lateral water hazard along past the green. Only a bold accurate shot will get the Par 3
211 yards Par 3
A good one-shotter to a well bunkered green calling for accuracy.
434 yards Par 4
From the medal tee a good well hit shot is required to carry over a steep rise about 130 yards in front of the tee. A well hit accurate shot will see you on the green, a very good par 4.
329 yards Par 4
From a tee beside the Auchendinny road the shot is played to the left slightly dog-leg on the line of the shelter, this leaves an open approach shot to a green top of rising ground and bunkered on the left and right, a too strong shot overshoots the green and will be severely penalised by finishing in the hedges behind the green.
236 yards Par 3
A fairly straightforward hole, in good conditions the drive should catch the green, failing to reach the green leaves a very tricky chip to the pin as the green slopes away from the shot. A two can be picked up here.
375 yards Par 4
A really testing hole near the end of a medal round. A straight drive from the tee leaves the second shot to be played from an uphill stance through a break in a hedge to the green. If played too far right the ground falls away steeply leaving a difficult shot to be played over a bunker guarding the green.
215 yards Par 3
A difficult short hole. A green guarded by high hedges on both sides of the fairway, the long narrow green is tightly bunkered and tee shot better short of the green rather than through, if through the green a difficult chip over the bank with ground running away from you.
319 yards Par 4
From the tee on the height beside the 17th green, the players get a beautiful panoramic view of the Pentland Hills in the background, hence the name of the hole. A good part of the course stretches across the foreground, giving the hole a very inviting appearance. The slightly undulating green, very well bunkered, is sited in front of the Clubhouse, a really good tee shot puts the player on the flat with a clear view of the pin, an average shot leaves a blind second between the burn and the rise in the front of the green. An indifferent tee shot will fail to carry the burn. A very good hole when the strain is on.