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Home of Two Ryder Cup Captains
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The course has 18 holes measuring 6328 yards par 71, SSS 71. The layout is generally flat and easy walking.
Various Practice Areas including practice nets, three putting greens
The Club is situated 2 miles from the main M8 motorway which bisects central Scotland and Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling can all be reached by car in under half an hour.
The Club is located in the town centre itself and the clubhouse is a five minute walk from the railway station which has a direct link to Edinburgh and Glasgow Queen Street via Airdrie.
The course provides an excellent test of golf, evidenced by the quality of players it has produced. The Club are delighted to have produced two Ryder Cup Captains in Eric Brown and Bernard Gallacher. Eric captained the side in 1969 and 1971 and Bernard of course in 1991, 1993 and 1995.
The Club has produced other international players most notably Stephen Gallacher who represented his country at Boys, Youths and Senior level and is now a successful touring professional.
26th November 2014
Would members please note that this work has now been agreed and will commence on Thursday November 27th. The works should last around 3 weeks. During this period play at times to the 7th hole may be from the top of the hill. The 9th hole may also be on the winter green. This will be during the week the weekends should be back to normal.
Please exercise care and be aware of staff around this area during the works.
22nd November 2014
Please try to let Mary know in advance if your kids are coming along by the end of this week.The children's party will be on Sunday December 14th from 2pm -4pm with the usual games,visit from Santa and fireworks to entertain the kids. Tickets can be purchased at the bar and we really do need the details of the children before November 29th as Santa needs to go away that weekend to get presents!
17th November 2014
Just a reminder to use up your original £20 before the end of the month.
13th November 2014
Sorry to say but this has now been reschedulded for March 2015. Details to follow later.