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.
Wishaw golf Club, situated to the north of the town centre, is a parkland course designed by the legendary golf course architect and former Open champion James Braid, with many tree lined fairways andgood views of the local area to be enjoyed from a number of vantage points. Wishaw is, quite possibly, one of the best value golf courses in Scotland - not to be missed!
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.
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 coursethat has seen its fair share of well known amateur and professional golfers plot their way round.
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.
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.