One of the toughest tracks on the east lothian coastline... not as okd as its neighbors but very enjoyable. Clubhouse is modern and well appointed. Slightly closer to civilization than some of them too!
Craigielaw, which was designed by Donald Steele, opened in 2001 making it relatively new compared to neighbouring courses in East Lothian. Separated by an old stone wall from Kilspindie, it also enjoys wonderful views of the sea, Edinburgh to the west and Fife to the north. The greens and bunkering are the biggest talking points testing even the best of golfers. Many say the raised greens are too severe but I enjoy the challenge and creativeness required each time I play there. More emphasis is placed on good iron play and a good short game is required if you miss a green. In addition, the club has fantastic facilities on site. A first class driving range playing off grass, a six hole short course, a very welcoming clubhouse offering great catering and from May 2013, a first class accommodation lodge with 25 spacious and well furnished rooms. It's a great base to stay and play the fabulous courses along the East Lothian coastline.