The original 9 hole course was first laid out in 1895 by workers of The Pumpherston Oil Company. Today the oilworks are gone and a remarkable environmental transformation has taken place. With the assistance of BP and the sportscotland Lottery Fund the site has been turned into an outstanding 18 hole course.
The course was designed by Graeme Webster and is an excellent test of golf. With water feature thoughout the 6000 yard par 70 course, and greens built to USGA standards, this is a true challenge for all abilities.
A true partnership between man and the environment. The innovative technology employed in transforming the oil works site into the 18 hole course has received numerous awards including the National Environmental Excellence Award and the pan-European Committed to Green Standard.
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