Welcome to Musselburgh Old Course Golf Club


Musselburgh Old Course situated on Musselburgh Links, was host to six Open Championships (1874 ‐ 1889) and home to five Open Champions, history plays a very important part in the everyday life of the Club and course

The Earliest Record of Golf

Historians uncovered the earliest record of golf being played on any surviving golf course from an account book kept by Sir John Foulis of Ravelston in 1672 " he lost at golf at Musselburgh. No other course in existence can claim this title. As you look through this site we hope you will begin to appreciate what an incredible journey Musselburgh has taken and it is wholeheartedly believed with your support that journey can continue to greater and better things in the future.

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Membership Enquiries

Musselburgh Old Course Golf Club is committed to providing memberships at reasonable costs to all golfers. We currently have vacancies in all our membership categories. If you are interested in joining us and becoming part of a vibrant and forward thinking golf club then please click on the link to our membership page, download and complete a Membership Form and return it to us. You will be contacted shortly thereafter.

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About Musselburgh Old Course Golf Club

  • The Course


    The oldest course in the world. A classic links golf course with stunning surroundings.

  • Membership


    We currently have vacancies in all our membership categories. Click the image to find out more.

  • Address

    The Secretary
    Musselburgh Old Course Golf Club
    10 Balcarres Road
    Musselburgh
    East Lothian
    Scotland
    EH21 7SD

  • Club History


    Musselburgh Links, The Old Golf Course is an original Open Championship venue.

  • Visitors


    Our fully stocked bar and excellent catering facilities will ensure your visit is complete.

  • Contact us

    If you have any queries about our club don't hesitate to give us a call or email us. We are always happy to help!

    Tel: 0131-665-6981
    E-mail: mocgc@outlook.com

  • Facilities


    Built in 1873, our Clubhouse is an authentic and original period clubhouse from that time.

  • Event Calendar


    Our competitions and events run from April to the end of March. Click the image to see a full list of events and competitions.

Principal Office Bearers

Captain
Eddie Whoriskey

Hon. Secretary
Billy Alexander

Treasurer
Jackie Brown

Chairman
Steven Hill