The Scottish Golf Show

Torwoodlee terms

Par 69

6,021 yards

With over 100 years of history, Torwoodlee is a well-established course in the Scottish Borders. Flanked by the River Gala, the course winds through mature woodland and rolling parkland. Past captain and life member Robin Brydon has been a member for 40 years and has witnessed the club mature to now be ‘considered by many to be one of the finest courses in the south of Scotland’.

The club has been voted the most friendly and most visited course many times in the last two decades by the local golf passport scheme customers.

Measuring just over 6,000 yards, Torwoodlee is fairly modest in length but don’t let that deceive you, as many of the holes play uphill.

Signature Hole

13th – This 420-yard par-4 called ‘Buckholm View’ is an absolute cracker. It doglegs down towards a putting surface that is shared by the eighth hole – one of two double greens on the course.

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