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Calderbraes Golf Club Glasgow

Calderbraes Golf Club Glasgow

Calderbraes Golf Club - Glasgow's Best 9 Holes

Experience the warm welcome and the charm of Calderbraes Golf Club for yourself.

“Small but perfectly formed” aptly describes Calderbraes Golf Club as one of the best small golf courses in Scotland. 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 provides a stiff challenge. Visitors enjoy a combination of narrow approaches and testing greens, whilst they are pleasantly surprised by the woodland setting & panoramic views. Early morning golfers are often treated to visits from the local deer population.

Visitors to Calderbraes Golf Club

Visitors are welcome at Calderbraes seven days a weeks without prior reservation but playing restrictions apply on competition days. Please check our Fixture List and call to confirm available playing times on competition days.

Visiting parties should contact the Secretary.

Green Fees for Visitors

Adult midweek day ticket £15

Junior (under 17) midweek day ticket £3

Adult weekend day ticket £20

Junior (under17) weekend day ticket £5

 

Easily accessible, Calderbraes Golf Course is located on the eastern edge of Glasgow at the junction of the M73/M74/M8 (directions). It is a course unlike most others golf courses in Scotland.

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"Situated to the east of the city of Glasgow and next to the zoo this is a hilly woodland course that is much tougher than its first seems. For instance, there are tight fairways to contend with and almost every hole features out-of-bounds. To score well, therefore, you must be routinely straight off the tee and plan your approaches shots carefully. No hit and hope on this course. The par four fourth is a demanding hole with a long second shot to a green that's high up with out-of-bounds to the left and right. A great hole on a great nine-hole course."

Source : www.scottishgolfcourses.com


* Subject to conditions, the course is open throughout the year, and thanks to the free draining hills the course is rarely closed.