Ravelston Golf Club Ltd
The Ravelston Golf Club is a parkland course on the slopes of Corstorphine hill. The Sunday Times at one time rated it the best nine-hole golf course in the United Kingdom.
The Ravelston Golf Club's course, which was designed by James Braid in 1912, measures 2,614 yards and comes in at par-33. A round of golf kicks off on a par-4 338-yarder. The course's longest hole is the sixth, a par 4 that measures 408 yards.
The Ravelston Golf Club's ninth hole, a par 3 - it's one of only three par-3s - is the shortest, measuring just 120 yards.
|White (18-hole)||66||5230 yards|
|Red (18-hole) (W)||70||5020 yards|
|Red W: 32.05/95||335||228||306||348||119||388||395||380||105||2604||2604|
|Yellow M: 31.55/94||335||232||313||353||123||404||327||390||108||2585||2585|