About the Club
The Club has a long and distinguished history, dating back to 1893. Baberton was the birthplace of the steel shaft and you can see the original clubs and patents in the clubhouse. Several members have gone on to represent Scotland and become professional golfers, such as European Tour player Ian Young and former World Boys Champion and Sky TV commentator Ewen Murray.
The Clubhouse offers a welcoming atmosphere with freshly prepared meals, snacks and a comprehensive choice of beers, wines and spirits.
The Clubhouse includes secure changing facilities for men and lady golfers and towels are available for showering and washing
Baberton is located in Juniper Green on the West of Edinburgh. It is easily reached from Edinburgh City Centre and the City Bypass.
From Edinburgh City Centre
Go west on the A70, Lanark Road and continue until you cross over the City Bypass. When you come to the village of Juniper Green, turn right into Baberton Avenue. There is a Royal Bank of Scotland on the corner. Head up to the end of the road and you will see the entrance to Baberton Golf Club signposted.
From Edinburgh City Bypass
Exit at the Baberton Junction, turn right, then right at the roundabout. At the first set of traffic lights turn right on to the Lanark Road and follow the directions above.
Exit at the A71 Sighthill Junction and turn left to head into the City Centre. At the first roundabout, turn right. Then go straight over at the next set of lights and the next roundabout. At the next set of traffic lights turn right on to the Lanark Road and follow the directions above