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Club House
Horses

The course has 18 holes measuring 6328 yards par 71, SSS 71. The layout is generally flat and easy walking.

Open Space
Driving Range Bays

Various Practice Areas including practice nets, three putting greens

Orchids
Main Function Hall

  • Open 7 Days
  • Separate changing and locker facilities for Gents, Ladies and Juniors fully serviced with toilet and shower facilites
  • Restaurant Facilities

  • Current Course Status

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    Last Updated on

    23rd-January-2015

    Welcome to Bathgate Golf Club

    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.

     

    Latest News

    Official launch of new catering on Sunday February 1st

    23rd January 2015

    John and Paul will be launching a new menu on this date and both guys are looking forward to meeting the members and showing off the new menu.

    As this date is also the first "Old Firm" game in 3 years the game will be showing in the back bar and there will be Free pies and stovies for our members and their guests.

    House matters

    23rd January 2015

    Just a quick update on some house matters. The roof repair should be finished on Monday and then the kitchen will be back up and running fully again. The new caddy store is being fitted out and should be finished around the end of the month. There is a new code for the door and you can get this from the proshop. We are still changing lights to low energy halogen ones and this is happening in the main hall at present.
    The Ryder Cup room has a new ceiling fitted and we are progressing with a new glass cabinet to allow the Senior section to use the old Ryder Cup glass cabinet for their trophies.
    The office is all but complete and feels like an office now.
    The first draft of drawings and designs for the roof are due on Monday and a presentation on this will be made at the AGM.

    Club Systems V1

    21st January 2015

    After around 20 years we have upgraded to a new handicapping and membership system. It is still with the same company but it is a new "cloud" version. It will take the club a little time to get familiar with it and I am sure there will be hiccups along the way! The real test will be in a few weeks when the bills are sent out. On the subject of bills could you please let us know if you wish to leave direct debit. If you are happy to keep using it you need do nothing.

    Social Diary

    19th January 2015

    Below is an update on some upcoming social events. This is an area we are keen to support and hopefully there is something for everyone to enjoy.
    Saturday January 31st the "Signs" rock band-SOLD OUT
    Friday February 6th "Burns Supper"
    Saturday February 14th Valentines Disco/ dinner available beforehand
    Friday February 20th Ladies "Jean Armour"
    Saturday February 28th "Loose Change" last few tickets remaining
    Saturday March 7th "Night Golf" details from the club
    Saturday March 14th "Uncle Red" a rockabilly band
    Friday March 27th Ladies Whisky Tasting evening
    Please let us know if there is an event you would like to be brought to the club.For details on any of the above please contact the club