Designed in 1974 by J. Hamilton Stutt, Gleddoch Golf Club is widely regarded as one of the most scenic in the West of Scotland, and represents a fair test for golfers of all standards. The Championship layout is a challenging mix of Parkland and Heathland with stunning views across the Clyde Estuary. The 6283 yard course features gently undulating fairways, large greens and a real variety of holes which will require you to use every club in your bag.
Gleddoch was originally the home of Shipping Baron Sir William Lithgow and has evolved into the 75 bedroom property we are rightly proud of today.
The course opened in 1974 as a 9 hole layout and was quickly extended to 18 with the addition of what our members now call