The Links 2018-12-14T12:25:48+00:00


Thursday, June 14th

Transfer from Edinburgh Airport by courtesy car
Arrival and practice round
Training with the Tour coaches
Cocktail & Welcome dinner

Friday, June 15th

1st round of the tournament
Fitting session, personal training with the Tour coaches
Free evening

Saturday, June 16th

2nd round of the tournament
Gala dinner and prize-giving ceremony

Sunday, June 17th

Free morning, departure for Edinburgh airport by courtesy car

The Renaissance Club

The Renaissance Club was founded on respect for the traditions of the game. Tom Doak was hired to create a world-class course with regard to his renowned ability to move little earth; showcasing the natural features of an incredible property such as Renaissance.

Golf Course

Renaissance Course, par 71, 7300 yards

Very little earth was moved in the construction of the course. The design embraced the original dunes landscape, typical of true links golf.Tom Doak and his team incorporated these contours into the course while leaving while leaving certain significant trees to enhance the beauty and challenges of play. The course has a truly distinctive style; windswept and open dunes land with trees coming into play on a truly coastal links course in Scotland.

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Information / Commodities

Edinburgh International Airport :
Address: Edinburgh EH12 9DN, United Kingdom
Code: EDI
Phone: +44 844 448 8833
Distance to Hotel: 51 km, 45 mn by car

Local Interests

Play the golf courses next door:

North Berwick Golf Club

Gullane Golf Club

Muirfield Golf Club

Visit the Tantallon Castle
Dirleton Castle North Berwick Harbor

Home made victory For Jerry Sarvadi at The Renaissance Club

For the second time in its short history the very secluded Renaissance Club, situated on the east coast of Edinburgh and adjacent to some of the World’s  greatest golf clubs such as Muirfield, hosted the 3rd leg of the 2018 World Amateur Tour.

The players were delighted to discover the golf course and notice the incredible changes and improvements in only a few years.

Jerry Sarvadi, owner and president of the Renaissance Club was happy to announce that the club would host the Scottish Open for the next two years, giving it a fabulous exposure and stature in the World of Golf.

As the players arrived for the practice round,  with a wind blowing nearly 100km/h, the course offered one of the toughest tests of golf. Nothing could stop the players that day, as some of them played 31 holes to end up just before the welcome dinner.

The next morning, the first round was going to be played in better conditions with a decent wind and some sun. Jerry Sarvadi (USA)  took the lead with Patrick Aidan (France) followed by Jean-Michel Barbey (Switzerland) one point behind.

The second round did not lead to much  suspense as Jerry Sarvadi, helped by his perfect knowledge of the course, was going to play a great round of golf shooting 33 points Stableford to secure a second victory at The Renaissance Club.

The battle for the second place was extremely tight with three players in three points. Christophe Guedon took the second place and first prize in second series, Patrick Aidan with a final birdie on the 18th finished 3rd , as Jean-Michel Barbey with a 4th place general won the Senior series first prize.

There is a big change in the order of merit this week. Jerry Sarvadi takes the lead with 15400 points while Cannes Mandelieu resident Christophe Guedon seized the second place just ahead of Dominique Rey and Gregory Pipkin. No change in the Women Series with Anne-Catherine Robin  and Stéphanie Chapon on top of the ranking.

Next stop will take place in China at superb Jinji Lake Golf Club near Suzhou from September 13th to 16th .

The Renaissance Club 

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