Muirfield. Home of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers

This web site introduces you to one of the oldest clubs in golf and its world famous course. In the pages that follow you can learn of the Club's colourful history from its first beginnings in Leith in 1744 to its later move to Musselburgh and finally in 1891 to Muirfield in East Lothian.

Today Muirfield is a renowned host to major championships amateur and professional, international and national, men and ladies - all of which have produced worthy champions of whom more later. Eleven Amateur Championships have been played over the course and 16 Open Championships.

Visitors to this website can experience the unique character of the course by watching a short video of Muirfield. With the exception of the Championship tees, the course has changed little since 1936 but, in 2008, in conjunction with the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, golf architect Martin Hawtree was commissioned to advise the Club on how best to ensure Muirfield remains a challenge to the world's great golfers. 

If you enjoy a challenge, and wish to play a classic links course, please access our Visitor Tee Time Availability facility to check what is available on our visitor days - Tuesdays and Thursdays.

We look forward to welcoming you at Muirfield.

Visitors

We welcome you as a possible future visitor to Muirfield. Visitor Days are Tuesdays and Thursdays (excluding Public Holidays).

2015 Green Fees

£210 for one round and £270 for two rounds on the day.

 

2016 Green Fees

£220 for one round and £290 for two rounds on the day.

 

2015 - 16 Winter Green Fee (from 10 November 2015 - 17 March 2016)

£110 for one round only.

 

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The History

Golf was first played at Muirfield in 1891 on 18 holes laid out by Old Tom Morris. Restricted by stone walls that completely surrounded the course, the original layout occupied 117 acres.

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The Clubhouse

Built in 1891 for a cost of £1,574, the original clubhouse was unkindly described as a 'box-framed' salon with its Elizabethan design and half-timbered main gable.

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The Course

Golf was first played at Muirfield in 1891 on 18 holes laid out by Old Tom Morris. Restricted by stone walls that completely surrounded the course, the original layout occupied 117 acres.

Click here to read more about The Course