Schedule of the week
Monday: Official Practice
Tuesday: Official Practice
Wednesday: Tournament Pro-Am
Thursday: First Round (Tee times TBC)
Friday: Second Round (Tee times TBC)
Saturday: Third Round (Tee times TBC)
Sunday: Fourth Round (Tee Times TBC)
Solheim Cup Sunday
The Renaissance Club (EH39 5HS) is situated between Gullane and North Berwick.
The Renaissance Club Address
Cowden Hill Drive
Directions from Edinburgh Airport
Edinburgh airport is the nearest airport and is 45mins approximately from The Renaissance Club (outside rush hour).
Travel to Renaissance by Train
Drem is the nearest train station to Renaissance and is approximately 8 mins by taxi and leaves from Edinburgh Waverley.
A free shuttle bus will be running on Saturday and Sunday from North Berwick Train Station
Travel to Renaissance by Bus
The bus service from Edinburgh City Centre is run by East Lothian Buses and stops in Gullane, which is 2.5 miles from The Renaissance Club.
Travel to Renaissance by Taxi
There are a number of local taxi companies available:
|Taxi Company||Telephone Number|
|A J Private Hire||01620 675088
|A2B Private Hire||01620 895 000|
|Airports R Us||01620 844 999|
|B.G.’s Taxi Service & Private Hire||01875 810 350|
|East Lothian & B-Line Private Hire||01620 844 282|
|Taxi & Hutch||0131 665 5600|
|Jim’s Taxis & Private Hire||01620 894 900|
Directions from Edinburgh
- Head out of Edinburgh on the A1 heading East.
- Turn off at the Bankton junction for the A198 (signposted North Berwick).
- Continue on A198 3 miles through Longniddry. At roundabout take 2nd exit B1377 (signposted Drem) and continue for 5 miles.
- Pass through Drem staying on B1377, after 2 miles turn left at T-junction onto A198.
- Renaissance Club is first turn on the right.
- As you approach Renaissance, please follow signs for Park and Ride, which will be in operation.
Directions from North Berwick
Head for Dirleton on A198 and after approximately 3 miles turn right and follow signs for Park and Ride, which will be in operation.
Public parking is FREE and available on site.
Frequently Asked Questions
Food and Beverages
Food and drinks will be available from a number of outlets within the Public Village.
Your own food and drink can be taken into the venue but alcoholic beverages are not permitted.
There is no dress code in public areas.
Comfortable shoes are highly recommended.
Bags and Rucksacks are permitted into the course. Please note that all bags are subject to search on entry.
Dogs / Mobility Scooters / Pushchairs
Dogs are not permitted on the course unless they are trained guide dogs.
Mobility scooters are not available to hire, however you are welcome to bring your own.
Child’s buggy’s/pushchairs are allowed, however please be aware of uneven terrain.
The tournament is free to enter and tickets are not required.
Cameras and Phones
Cameras are permitted in the Spectator Village and surrounding areas but must not be used on the golf course to shoot ‘live play’.
Mobile phones must be kept on silent.
The tournament will be aired on Sky Sports and the Golf Channel. See full timings below:
Golf Channel / Sky Sports
Thursday / Friday 1530-1830 GMT
Saturday 1430-1730 GMT
Sunday 1330-1630 GMT