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Pumpherston Golf Club

Pumpherston is a 6000 yard, par 70 course with greens constructed to USPGA standard. The course offers a true test for golfers of all abilities

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  • Children Welcome

Pumpherston was founded in 1895 as a nine hole course. The course was extended to 18 holes in 2002 with the project receiving worldwide acclaim which has resulted in a truly ‘green’ golf course.

The new course layout designed by Graeme Webster is recognised as one the best courses in West Lothian. It contains numerous water features throughout the 6000 yard, par 70 course and the greens are constructed to USPGA standard. The course offers a true test for golfers of all abilities.

Pumpherston offers all the facilities you need to brush up on your game with several practice areas including a driving range, short game improvement area and practice bunkers and putting green. To make your day more enjoyable, you can also hire a buggy and trolley.

Pumpherston is a friendly club, open 7 days a week which welcomes both members and visitors. After your round you can enjoy a relaxed drink in the bar.

Address

Pumpherston Golf Club
Drumshoreland Road
Pumpherston
West Lothian
EH53 0LQ

You can reach Pumpherston by car with ease from the M8 or A71.

The club is only 7 miles from Edinburgh Airport

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