Golf & Fishing in the Scottish Borders


Hendersyde overlooks The River Tweed, world famous for salmon fishing. The Scottish Borders offers all lines of fishing including brown trout, grayling, sea trout, salmon, coarse fishing and sea fishing!

Fish Tweed has information on beats, river levels, catches, in fact just about everything you need to know about salmon fishing in the Borders. 

Tweedbeats offers more beats on the River Tweed 

Tweed Guide – provides guided salmon fishing with experienced local guide

See Eoin Fairgrieve’s Centre of Excellence – for all levels of fishing tuition – a dedicated instruction and information resource for speycasters of all levels and abilities.

Kelso and District Angling Association offers fishing for wild trout on around 8 miles of the Rivers Teviot and Tweed, and a short stretch of the River Eden. It also offers grayling and roach for those interested in coarse fishing.

Fishing is fly only. No Sunday fishing. No maggots or ground bait. Size limit 10″. The season runs from 1st April until 30th September.

Roy Adam, Secretary, Rivendell, 4 Barony Park, Kelso. TD5 8DJ
Tel:- 01573 224001 Email:-

Whiteadder Reservoir – fly-fishing for wild brown trout, from both bank and boat, with the Lammermuir Hills as your back drop.

In the same easterly corner of the Borders, Coldingham Loch is a natural spring fed 22 acre loch.


Kelso Golf Club is handily placed at the end of the farm road, within Kelso Race Course.

The Roxburghe Championship Golf Course is about 6 miles west of Hendersyde 

The Hirsel Golf Course 8 miles east of Hendersyde, at Coldstream

Duns Golf Club a real “beauty” of a golf course, in terms of appearance, playing quality and condition.

St Boswells Golf Club a scenic and peaceful along the banks of the River Tweed

Minto Golf Course a popular course, on the lower slopes of Minto Hill. Facing south over the Teviot Valley, north of Denholm

The Woll Golf, Ashkirk is an enjoyable, testing, course for golfers of all abilities!

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