Club Lockers

We would like to remind everyone that club lockers are in fact a privilege and not a right . It has come to our attention that some people who are no longer members of the club still have keys for and indeed equipment in the club lockers. We would like to make it clear that we will now empty any such lockers at the start of each month ,please note that the club will not be held responsible for any equipment removed from these lockers. If you or anyone you know may be affected please contact the Pro Shop before the end of the month to return any keys etc. The first cull will start on Monday 1st October Thank You

New Competitions Secretary 2018

After many weeks of searching Eyemouth Golf Club Committee are pleased to announce that we have now filled the vacant post as Competitions Secretary . The new person at the helm steering us through all things related to our Scores ,Handicaps and Competitions in general is Mr Bill Greenshields . The Committee  would ask that all members bare in mind this is a volunteer post and allow Bill a little time to settle in to the difficult and demanding  role as we welcome him on board. Thank You

Daily Mail Foursomes Results

On a beautiful winters day there was 7 couples played in the Qualifier for the Daily Mail Foursomes. The results are: 1st place- Alan Black & Norman Lough- 79-7.5=71.5 2nd place- Keith Craig & Graeme Black- 80-5.5=74.5 3rd place- Iain Renton & Jim Veitch- 88-10.5=77.5


Congratulations to Darren Williamson who had his 1st Hole in One on the 17th hole on Wednesday 9th August. Reports from his playing partners said that it looked a great shot and was never going to be far away.

David Drysdale

  What an achievement from Eyemouth Golf Club's European Tour Professional David Drysdale on shooting a final round course record 63 in the Irish Open at Portstewart Golf Club and winning a place in the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.              

Hole In One Alert

Congratulations to Iain Methven who had his 2nd Hole In One on the 3rd Hole at Eyemouth Golf Club on Wednesday night. He will say that it was a great shot that never looked anywhere else but truth be told he fatted it a little it caught the down slope and kicked into the hole. Always better being lucky than good!

Club Championship

  The club championship finals were played on what was one of the finest days for golf in the Scottish Borders.  All the finals took place over 36 holes and there was some great golf played. Congratulations to all the Champions Club Champion Richard Oliver B Championship Tom Ireland C Championship Dean Smith  

Junior Coaching Apr 2016

GET INTO GOLF.  Wed 13th (Long Game), Thu 14th (Short Game), Fri 15th (Challenge match). Bring along your school age child P1 - S6 for 3.30 - 5.00 pm each day and let them experience this life long game.  Who knows we may have a budding Danny Willett in our midst?

Great TripAdvisor review.

A rerport from Robert S who played the course on Thursday 31 March 2016. Played here today, a treat by my very good friend Tom, & this 'Cliff Top' Links Course is Wonderful ... I just can't Rate it Highly Enough! We've played dozens of the best links courses in Scotland including Machrihanish, Tain, Brora, the Kittocks, Montrose, the Glen, etc. & this one surpasses many of them. The sheer variety of outstanding golf holes to play here is unequaled in my experience. The Signature 6th Hole is rightly rated in the Top 18 Holes in Scottish Golf but there are also a host of other fantastic holes on offer including the 13th, at 656 Yrds long off the back tee, Scotland’s longest hole. This course has everything you could ever want or expect from a Links, Fairways are immaculately manicured & Greens are large, fast & of an exceptional standard. I can truly say this course is a beautiful golfing challenge & it's impossible not to enjoy playing here, it's just Stunning! Don't think about it, Go! ... this is a course you'll never forget playing!

New Club Captain

Colin Aitchison is your new Club Captain. At the end of the EGM on Friday 1 April 2016, our Club Captain for the past 2 1/2 years, Mel Lockett stood down for personal reasons.  He will be succeeded by Vice-Captain Colin Aitchison.  We trust all our members will give their full support to Colin during his period as Captain.