Gullane no 2 is the sister course to Gullane no 1 and was first laid down in 1899 by Willie Park Jr., the then current Open Champion. For some distance, Gullane no 2 runs parallel to the no 1 course. As with the no 1 course the player climbs up to the top of Gullane Hill and is met with the same inspiring views as on no 1. Whilst the no 2 course is indeed shorter, it is nonetheless as equally challenging and, as with all three courses, is immaculately presented. The overriding sensation of playing golf at Gullane is the sense of a huge vista of views and this translates in to an inspiring round of golf. If you want to play 36 holes in one day, the no 2 course followed by the no 1 is indeed one of the most worthy challenges in Scotland.