Gullane is a Village situated in the
east of central Scotland, 20 miles east
Gullane is popular for its three Golf
Courses, Old St Andrews Church, and
with a large car park on the north side
of the Village. There are also a number
of other top Golf Courses close by such
as Muirfield and
Archerfield. The National Museum of Flight
is 8 miles southeast.
See also a large Click On
Map for the area Top Attractions.
The image top is of Old St Andrews Church at
the west end of the Main Street, next to the
Professional Shop for the three Gullane Golf
The second image is looking east along the
Main Street with the Bonnie Badger Hotel and
Restaurant mid way along the street.
The Pitch and Putt is at East Links Road,
just off the Main Street, with the Mallard
Hotel overlooking the Pitch and Putt and Golf
The Old Clubhouse Restaurant also overlooks
the Pitch and Putt.
Gullane Visitors Clubhouse for the number 2
and 3 courses is in the centre of the Town,
just off the Main Street, with a large car
The Members Clubhouse and for Visitors to
the number 1 course is about 200 yards
northwest, with the professional shop next to
the 1st tee.
Gullane Number One is regarded as one of the
top golf courses in Scotland.
800s - the first Church was built at
1100s - St Andrew's Church was built to
replace the earlier church.
1612 - St Andrews Church was was abandoned
after Dirleton Church was completed two miles
1888 - Gullane Parish Church was completed
1854 - Gullane Golf Club was founded with
the three courses opened in 1884, 1898 and
1891 - Muirfield Golf Club was founded on
the east side of Gullane.
1892 - Muirfield Golf Club hosted The Open.
Muirfield has since hosted The Open in 1896,
1901, 1906, 1912, 1929, 1935, 1948, 1959, 1966,
1972, 1980, 1987, 1992, 2002, 2013.