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Parking, Travel & Free Public Shuttle

Parking, Travel & Free Public Shuttle

Find out more about parking, travel & the free public bus shuttle service to the Genesis Scottish Open 2023.

The 2023 Genesis Scottish Open will take place from 13-16 July 2023 at The Renaissance Club, North Berwick.


Travel By Car

We have directions from five nearby cities to the Renaissance Club which can help you whether you plan on travelling by car or public transport.

If you are travelling from Edinburgh, click here

If you are travelling from Falkirk, click here

If you are travelling from Glasgow, click here

If you are travelling from Kirkcaldy, click here

If you are travelling from Newcastle upon Tyne, click here

Spectators should follow the yellow AA event signage which will direct you to the public car park.

There will be no access to the Renaissance Club for spectators’ vehicles, except those with valid car park labels.

Travel by Train

Spectators travelling by train should stop at the Longniddry Rail Station.

All ticket holders will be able to use the free bus service, which will drop you off at the entrance to the Genesis Scottish Open.

Shuttles will meet each train at Longniddry travelling both from Edinburgh and to Edinburgh.

Please find below the times for trains and buses travelling from Longniddry and North Berwick to Edinburgh Waverley: (note: timings subject to change)

North Berwick to Edinburgh Waverley

Saturday – 18:24, 18:52, 19:33

Sunday – 18:20, 19:25, 20:19

Longniddry to Edinburgh Waverley

Saturday –18:37 19:05, 19:45

Sunday – 18:33, 19:38, 20:33

124 Bus times

Saturday – 18:30, 19:30, 20:00,.20:45, 21:55, 23:00

Sunday – Same as Above

Free Shuttle Bus Longniddry – Renaissance Club

A free shuttle bus service will be provided Wednesday to Sunday connecting with trains at Longniddry Railway Station. Journey time will be approximately 20 minutes but will be subject to traffic conditions. Shuttle buses are expected to be busy at event in and out, so please plan ahead an allow plenty time for your journey.

Please see a timetable of buses here

East Coast Buses – 124 & X5

Two services provide direct links between Edinburgh City Centre and The Renaissance Club (A199);

124 runs every 30 minutes each day via Musselburgh, journey time around 70 minutes.

X5 runs every 60 minutes Monday to Saturday daytime, journey time around 50 minutes.

Buses around event in and out are expected to be busy, so please plan ahead and allow plenty time for your journey: Journey Planner - Lothian Buses

Travel by Bicycle

Spectators can take a train to Drem or North Berwick and cycle from there, or from Edinburgh along the coast road. Bike parking will be available in the public car park.


There will be dedicated disabled spaces on site for spectators whose vehicles display a blue badge. The disabled car park is situated in Car Park 2. Wheelchair users will need to contact in order to make arrangements in advance and gain admission to site.

Spectators wanting to rent an electric scooter will be able to do so at the Event Mobility tent located in the village.

Event Mobility is a charity and kindly asks for a donation of £30 for using electric scooters and £10 for the manual wheelchairs.

These can be pre-booked on their website with the link below: Make a Booking (

Spectators can also pick them up on the day and these are available on a first come first served basis.


Taxi and Uber drop off and collection is available and will be at the public car park only. There is strictly no Taxi/Uber drop off at the Renaissance Club for General ticket holders.

For more information on local transport, please download the Transport for Edinburgh app.

We look forward to welcoming you at the Renaissance Club.

Southeast Scotland Transport Partnership

Journey planner.

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