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  • Gourock Golf Club and views across the Firth of Clyde
    Gourock Golf Club, Clyde Valley
  • Helensburgh Golf Club and the Firth of Clyde
    Helensburgh Golf Club and the Firth of Clyde
  • The golf course and Torrance House, Calderglen Country Park, East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire
    The golf course and Torrance House, Calderglen Country Park, East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire

With around a hundred golf courses to choose from, Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley has the biggest selection of courses in Scotland, ranging from grand parklands to tricky 9-hole golf courses which promise to test all golfing abilities.

With over 150 years of history, Lanark Golf Club offers a challenging round of golf. Renowned for its moorland fairways, fast greens and beautiful scenery, the course is one of Scottish golf’s hidden gems. Open to the elements, and into prevailing winds, Lanark can be tricky for even the most gifted player.

Just twenty minutes from Glasgow, the course at the Earl of Mar Golf Club has spectacular views of the River Clyde and the Kilpatrick Hills. The 18-hole championship course offers a five star golf experience. Having only opened in 2010, the it gives the impression of a well-established course shaped around 250-year-old sweet chestnut and beech trees, with strategically placed bunkers providing a challenge for all abilities throughout your round.

One of the region’s most popular courses, at Drumpellier Golf Club, has 18 holes of undulating fairways and greens. Big hitters can let loose on the long fairways while others can practice their more delicate shots over the course's many obstacles. Other excellent 18-hole courses not to be missed are at Greenock and Gourock, where you can enjoy spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde as you work your way round the course.

For a quicker round, try your hand at one of Greater Glasgow & the Clyde Valley’s many 9-hole courses. The hilly woodland course at Calderbraes includes tight fairways, requiring a deal of skill and planning on approach. The municipal course at Strathclyde Park has some small and tricky greens, while Mearns Castle Golf Club’s 9-hole course allows you to develop your game.

Wherever you choose to play, keep a look out for the Golfers Welcome scheme, which accredits accommodation providers that offer dedicated golf facilities like secure club storage, weather updates and details of local golf suppliers.

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  1. Greenock Whinhill Golf Club

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    Greenock

    Greenock Whinhill is a moorland course set above the town with panoramic views over the River Clyde. There are also great views of the local countryside from the majority of the holes, which provides a stirring backdrop to your round.

  2. Carnwath Golf Course

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    Carstairs

    Although the course is less than 6, 000 yards in length, three of its four par threes are in the first four holes, so it is important to be swinging well and straight from the word go.

  3. Lanark Golf Club

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    Lanark

    Lanark is one of the oldest clubs in the world and celebrated 150 years in 2001. Renowned for the natural moorland fairways, fast greens and beautiful scenery, it is a genuine contender to be one of Scottish golf's real hidden gems.

  4. Elderslie Golf Course

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    Paisley

    Elderslie was constructed in 1909 on land owned by Elderslie Estates, who permitted various golf courses to be built on their extensive lands.

  5. Clober Golf Course

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    Milngavie

    Undoubtedly one of the most popular courses in the Milngavie area is Clober. This is a real golfer's club, with a genuine golfer's clubhouse atmosphere.

  6. Douglas Park Golf Course

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    Bearsden

    The Course is ideal for any outing. Whilst challenging, it is a very good course for golfers of differing abilities and after the round we have excellent catering facilities to "round off" the day.

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    Bishopbriggs

    James Braid, the legendary golf course architect, was engaged to design the original layout which was opened officially in May,1934, and which has been plagued by reconstruction throughout its existence.

  8. Bothwell Castle Golf Course

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    Bothwell

    A flat 18-hole Scottish parkland golf course in the central belt of Scotland with a long-standing reputation for excellent greens, Bothwell is a popular course with members and visitors alike. It is challenging for players at all levels.

  9. Colville Park Golf Course

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    Motherwell

    Colville Park is an attractive 18-hole parkland course set in Jerviston Estate in Motherwell.

  10. Golf Holidays Worldwide

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    East Kilbride

    Golf Holidays Worldwide provides tailor-made golf tour packages throughout Scotland, so whether you’re looking for a golf resort, hotel, cottage or luxury apartment you can be rest assured we have the perfect solution for you and your group.

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