Braid Hills Golf Course

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Played a 4 ball today, and everyone of us came away delighted with the course and how it plays, not to mention the views of this great city Edinburgh. :)

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What a pleasurable round of golf. The staff and members were very friendly and very helpful. The course is in fabulous condition. The layout is brilliant and good course management is definitely called for if you are to shoot a good score. The views of Edinburgh are amazing and definitely add to a great golfing experience. The view off the 18th is to die for. Excellent golfing experience and will be returning for some more.

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This is an Edinburgh Council course.
Do not waste your money!
Greens and Tees in awful state. Greens only get watered when it rains. Very poor. Tee areas are in desperate need of repair. Course in general is littered with divots and any decent area has been cut up.
It was a Friday we played and there was no one on the course! Is that because of the poor state or is it because the price is shocking!?
£21.50 each (after booking fee) still cheaper than if you book direct by phone...£25!!!
To anyone visiting Edinburgh, do not waste money on this course...there are dozens better and cheaper!

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The views across Edinburgh from this course are fantastic. The course is quite tricky with lots of thick gorse, a number of tight fairways, and quite a few blind tee shots. The wind whips up on the hill which also contributes. The greens are ok but some are dry with brown patches.
There are a lot of steep climbs so hard on the legs. This makes the 18th even harder as the green is on a much higher elevation than the tee. It's called the "graves" for good reason as your ball rolls back into various hollows.
Overall it's a tough course but good value at £20 a round.

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