Lilliardsedge Golf Course
Lilliardsedge Golf Course is a nine-hole golf course that embraces the natural features and beautiful scenery of one of Scotland's most attractive and historic regions. The golf course is set in the surroundings of the Scottish borders, located just five miles from Jedburgh.
Lilliardsedge includes a variety of holes set in natural surroundings, with trees, hedgerows, burns, lake, fences, walls and marsh areas all part of the scenery and adding to the challenge. The third hole requires an accurate tee shot to the left of the wetlands to open up the approach to the narrow green. Lilliardsedge Golf Course's seventh demands accuracy from the tee, as a ditch runs the entire length of the hole on the left, with sand traps on the right.
|Red (W)||36||2488 yards|
|White M: 65.9/107||288||256||311||248||424||119||418||149||327||2540||5299|
|Yellow M: 65.1/106||277||249||304||243||419||112||411||149||319||2483||5171|
|Red W: 69.0/108||270||249||304||243||359||112||355||149||319||2360||4962|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Showers, Locker Rooms, Internet Access
Good for a quick and easy round
Had some time to kill first thing so bought an early morning hot deal.
Only issue on the day was finding the first tea. Signs around the place were very unclear and starting at 6am there was no one around to ask.
When finally got going it was all good. Simple little course but fairways were in great shape. Greens were not spectacular but perfectly OK
Good shower on the campsite afterwards.
Waste of time
My partner and I play a new course every week this week the chosen course was lilardsedge
Turned up at 10am for a coffee and a bacon roll no where was open until 12.30
The first tee was hard to find among all the caravans
We then found out after starting that 8 of the 9 holes were all on temporary greens some up to 75 yds shorter than normal we had not been told of this prior to booking or starting our round in fact two of the notice boards on the way to the first tee stated that there were no temporary greens in use
Finding our way from green to the next tee some times was impossible with us having to ask some one at one point and difficult at best
The whole experience was not one a a relaxing day out so after 7 holes we walked off and went to the local town for a coffee before heading home
I’m sorry to say that this is one course I will not be back at nor would I recommend anyone else wasting there money
Only thing disappointed us was using fairway greens and not knowing until on course as would have booked another day if we knew
Not Too Taxing
Great little 9 hole course in the borders, not too taxing but not easy either. 9 hole layout allows beginners a start but with 18 tees playing round twice gives more competent golfers the full course.
Nice condition on the Lilliardsedge holiday park and the rates are very competitive for either 9 or 18 holes. If you stay on the park be sure to get a round of golf in while you are there. Buggies and golf clubs for hire on site
Nice wee course
Nice wee course. Friendly staff, great value for money and nice place to eat/drink after. Check it out
Held up constantly and had to leave
I love this course. Layout is great and amenities are great. Unfortunately, on more than one occasion, I have had to walk off the course due to the pace of play by others on the course and no awareness or consideration to let others play through.
On the 4th hole on my back 9, I had caught up with a 2 ball who had also caught a 4 ball. I had already waited on the the 1sr, 2nd and 3rd. 7 of us on the 4th tee and the 4 ball just ignored the waiting groups and played on. Even the 2 ball teed up with no intention of allowing me to play through. I had to walk off after paying for 18.