Royal Musselburgh Golf Club is at the start of the famous stretch of golf courses on the East Lothian coast, situated to the east of Musselburgh on the B1361, this picturesque parkland course is certainly worth the visit.The Club is the sixth oldest in the world originating at the 9 hole Musselburgh Levenhall links where the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, Royal Burgess Golfing Society and Bruntsfield Golf Club also played.Once you have retired, you now have to make choices as to how you wish to spend the time that you now have.The first choice you have to make regarding work is, ‘Do I want to work at all?If you choose voluntary work, when you could be called upon at any time of the day or night, is that part time? Some sort of interim management role, for example, might fill the bill nicely if your motivation is primarily monetary and you would be quite happy to work full time for a limited period.
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This is a club oozing tradition but one which is embracing all that the modern game has to offer.
There are opportunities to do all those things that you always wanted to do but couldn’t because of lack of time.
Our historic Royal Burgh has great transport links across central Scotland and is situated within easy reach of both Edinburgh and Glasgow by train, bus or car.
Our traditional High Street retains its old world charm, whilst very much serving the needs of the present day.
Our shops and businesses cater for both locals and visitors alike and our pubs and restaurants have something for everyone.