Cathkin Braes Golf Club
The brilliant Tom Watson once said a great golf course not only frees but challenges a golfer's mind and the stunning setting of Cathkin Braes offers the perfect environment to do both. Founded in
Playsport Golf
We were lucky enough to have Ryder Cup Captian Colin Montgomerie and PGA Chief Executive Sandy Jones on hand to officially open the golf facilities a few weeks later and both were highly impressed.
East Kilbride Golf Club
East Kilbride Golf Club is a mature, challenging parkland golf course on the edge of East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, Scotland and is the only private golf club in the fast-expanding Lanarkshire
American Golf
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Calderbraes Golf Club
As the 2nd oldest club in Lanarkshire, Calderbraes Golf Club provides a great test for golfers of all ages and abilities. With its hilly "Highland" nature, this majestic 9 hole Glasgow golf course
Bothwell Castle Golf
Our Members, Committee and Staff believe that Bothwell Castle Golf Club is THE best Club in Lanarkshire and the Central Belt. Whether you are looking to join our Club or looking to play as a Visitor,
Affordable Golf
Affordable Golf is one of the UK's leading online golf retailers, stocking a full range of equipment and clothing from key brands such as TaylorMade, Mizuno, Callaway, Wilson Staff, Cobra and Titleist
Cowglen Golf Club
The 6105-yard par 70 course recognised for its outstanding greens and which has magnificent views of Glasgow and the Scottish highlands provides an interesting, enjoyable and challenging experience to
Whitecraigs Golf Club
One of the premier clubs in the West of Scotland, the golf course was once described with these words - Its situation is excellent commanding a fine prospect of hill and dale. The contour is more than
Drumpellier Golf Club
Drumpellier Golf Club was established in 1894 and is one of Lanarkshire's most popular courses. Situated in the west end of Coatbridge just 8 miles east of Glasgow it is an undulating parkland course