Polmont Golf Club is a 9 hole parkland style course situated in the heart of Scotland. The golf club offers a friendly environment to members and visitors of all abilities. The club, which can befound in Maddiston near Falkirk, was established in 1901 and moved to the new course in 1976. The course benefits from excellent road links as it is situated approximately 2 miles from Junction 4 of the M9 and 5 miles from Junction 4 of the M8. Please see "Green Fees" section.
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The club prides itself on its relaxed and friendly atmosphere, and you can count on a warm welcome in our well appointed clubhouse, which is the former mansion house on the Easter Moffat estate. TheClub was founded in 1922 as a result of the post-war boom in the game and the enthusiasm of a few local stalwarts. Its beginning was a modest one, a wooden Army hut serving as a Clubhouse and the course comprising nine holes in the parkland of Easter Moffat.
Known locally as Carmuirs, "Friendly Falkirk" welcomes members, visitors and societies alike. The Main Course comprises 18 varied holes measuring 6,230 yards from the Competition Tees. We are proud ofour greens and of the golfing experience created by an interesting & enjoyable course, a welcoming bar managed by Jackie and excellent cuisine provided by Karen. Please feel free to call David, our General Manager who will be happy to answer any enquiries about joining or society bookings.
John Kelly, a winner on the national tour, has over 15 years experience playing and teaching golf in a professional environment is delighted to join the already successful golf team at NorthLanarkshire Leisure here at Palacerigg. John is PGA qualified and NSPCC certified. Before turning professional John had a very successful amateur career while living in Ireland gaining many top awards.
Torrance Park Golf Course provides an enjoyable test of golf for golfers of all ability. The 18 hole par 71 course extends to over 6100 yards over the gently undulating moorland setting of NorthLanarkshire. All the clubs in a golfer's bag will be tested; challenging tee shots which on some holes need long accurate drives and on the shorter Par 3's finely balanced iron shots, the fairways require intelligent strategic play and the gently undulating greens provide a test for golfers of all ability.
Niddry Castle Golf Club is a complete test of Golf. This excellent 18 hole Par 70 5914 yard layout has been designed to allow all levels of golfers a fair and true test of golf. Manicured surfaceswith tremendous panoramic views towards the Pentland Hills not to mention playing round the historic Niddry Castle will have you captivated. Free draining land combined with up to date greens gives you the confidence that whatever the time of year, you will have an enjoyable round.
It is easy to see the attractions of Airdrie Golf Club. With its superb wooded parkland course and stunning views, it is regarded as one of Scotland's finest. Natural hazards and tight fairways are acommon feature and, on occasion, your approach to the putting surface is made tougher as some greens are well protected. Although not overly long, it's a joy to play no matter the time of year.
Falkirk Tryst Golf Club is situated on the northern edge of the village of Stenhousemuir, Larbert, Falkirk and within the Parish of Larbert, which is approximately midway between Edinburgh andGlasgow, and eleven miles south of the historic City of Stirling. Larbert - originally named "Schiells Laithbert" meaning "the huts of the man named Laithbert" is in the very heart of a country and county full to the brim with historical and antiquarian connections.
Located just one mile northeast of Bonnybridge and off the A883 in Scotland's Central region, one of the 'Home of Golf' most underrated regions for golf courses, Bonnybridge is a welcome blend ofheathland and links, due to the sandy nature of the soil. A nine-holer, it is just over 6, 000-yards in length for the full 18, this course features guarded greens and has plenty of surprises up its sleeve to shock even the more gifted players who pay a visit.