Liliardedge Golf Club is a quality course and one of distinct character. This course offers a vast array of challenges catering for every caliber of player. Using every club available in one’s golf bag to navigate Liliardedge Golf Club, the golfer will be required to play every shot in the book to fair well round this parkland course.
Each hole around Liliardedge Golf Club offers challenging putting surfaces, surrounded in natural beauty such as tree’s, hedgerows, burns, lake, fences, walls and marsh areas only adding to the fun and challenging nature of the golf course.
One of the featured holes on the property is the 7th, this well shaped hole requires accuracy off the tee as a ditch runs the entire length of the hole on the left with sand traps on the right. From here, a long second is required if you are to walk off with a par or better.
When visiting one of Scotland’s most historic locations, you might be tempted to delve into the history surrounding the local area, with activities to do such as visiting Jedburgh Abbey, Monteviot House and Gardens, Harestanes Visitor Centre and taking part in local clay pigeon shooting all nicely compact in the surrounding area in the Scottish Borders.