Welcome to Mortonhall Golf Club


Founded in 1892, Mortonhall is the oldest course in the City of Edinburgh over which golf is still played and is regarded as one of Scotland’s premier clubs. With its immaculate greens and fairways, lined with mature trees and whin-covered outcrops the course is a superb championship test of 6530 yards, boasting unrivalled scenic views across Edinburgh, the Firth of Forth and the Pentland Hills. The club has hosted the Scottish Amateur Stroke Play and the Scottish Youths Tournaments. Just 3.3 miles south of Edinburgh Castle itself and only 3 miles from the West End of Princes Street, Mortonhall Golf Course is a must for any keen golfer visiting the historic City of Edinburgh and offers some of the best golf in Scotland. We welcome visitors to our course and to use our superb clubhouse throughout the week.





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#Leaves. It's that time of the year again, clearing leaves every morning before play , but must admit it is quite t… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…

Well that's a nice view to greet us this morning on our arrival at work. pic.twitter.com/JzYGK0Mwsl

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Greens verti cut, cut and rolled with this bad boy, looking to get fast and true putting surfaces for weekend compe… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…

Preventative spray this morning from the dreaded fusarium. pic.twitter.com/0XvUe9CWYd

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Greens are looking sweet after last week's fertiliser. pic.twitter.com/Mqxb6D3hWC

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Raking Bunkers, the perfect way to blow the cobwebs away on a Monday morning @BIGGALtd @BIGGA_ES pic.twitter.com/8tSK17F3S7

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No camera when I was on the course with Olivia tonight but had to catch the moon coming up on my phone camera -... fb.me/2MKBxz5RJ

Course looks quite pretty when it's not hidden by fog. pic.twitter.com/xlN1Ndq9qJ

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The view from the 3rd Ladies Tee, can't see the green so course will be closed for the time being. pic.twitter.com/1VWxDM0ASs

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Maintenance on Tee's taking place today. Coring, seeding and top dressing going on. Some disruption may be caused. pic.twitter.com/gixK8Fz632

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Sunrise at the 9th Green this morning, possible Mortonhall GC Christmas Card material. pic.twitter.com/EpAsaaxZCr

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For all the members who have wondered what it feels like to be on the greenkeepers roller #RollerCam fb.me/NELcntMI

There is some tree work going on today ,tees forward at the 4 th While the work is being carried out .

The dreaded Winter Greens will be marked out this week, don't worry they won't be in use for a while hopefully. pic.twitter.com/7EOk9ll0Yy

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Course Closed Until 10am on this beautiful morning due to greens maintenance. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. pic.twitter.com/7NUoLGhryr

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The odd leaf is falling from the trees, so better grab your clubs and enjoy these scenes before Autumn is upon us. pic.twitter.com/X7CHJ5Yq9b

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Much needed bunker maintenance being carried out today. Adding, Levelling and Moving sand. pic.twitter.com/3rfOC1tZrC

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Nice weather for the people who are lucky enough to have this Bank Holiday Monday off #We'reNotThatLucky pic.twitter.com/VLzYHdXULW

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Mortonhall Golf Club's Professional Shop is part of Foremost Golf, the largest professional golfers buying group in the UK. Offering all golfers golf goods at the most competitive prices. Check the Foremost web site for all the latest offers.

The MGC Professional Shop also provides a Mizuno Golf Club Fitting Service that is available to members and non-members alike. This is used in conjunction with the latest ES 14 Launch Monitor to ensure your clubs suit your size and swing. Golf lessons using the Launch Monitor and latest video recording is available to both members and non-members.

Contact Malcolm Leighton P.G.A. Professional or his Professional's Shop team for more information on 0131 447 5185 .

Morton Hall Weather
light rain
humidity: 75%
wind: 11m/s WSW
H 14 • L 9
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