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St Mirren Park is the home of St Mirren Football Club which was established in Paisley in 1877.
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Renfrew is a tree-lined parkland course that opened in 1973 and has since played host to a number of top events, including the Scottish Amateur Championship in 1984 and 1994.
An undulating parkland course.
less than 5 miles
Cochrane Castle is the Johnstone club where some Scottish notables such as Barclay Howard, Dean Robertson and John Caven all started out.
Erskine Golf Club has stood on the banks of the River Clyde's estuary since it was founded in 1903. Measuring 6,372 yards it provides a subtle test of all facets of the game of golf.
Paisley Golf Club, off junction 27 from Glasgow Airport and situated at the top of Glenburn, is a fantastic mix of moorland and parkland with great views across the Clyde Valley and Loch Lomond in the distance.
Situated on the Fereneze Braes in Barrhead, Fereneze is a moorland course with breathtaking views over the Clyde valley and beyond.
The Ayrshire course holds a special place in the golfing history books, having been the venue for the first-ever Open Championship back in 1860.
For aficionados of flat, open parkland courses. Generous fairways. Visitors Welcome. Booking required.
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