Lenzie was founded in 1889 and following several extensions the course now has a playing length of 5, 984-yards and a standard scratch of 69.
The course is parkland and prominent features include the old beech trees that line some of the fairways together with thorn hedges and shallow ditches. Extensive Larch and Fir plantations have also been created. The course is relatively flat apart from a steep hill to the green at the fifth hole. From this vantage point there is a fine view of the surrounding countryside and beyond to Ben Lomond in the distance.
Inland, 18 holes, 5,984 yards, SSS 0, Par 69