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Golfing, Loch Lomond

Golf around Loch Lomond

Helensburgh Golf Club
Visitors welcome during weekdays, open all year.
Tel: 01436 674173


Cardross Golf Club
Main Road
Cardross
Dumbarton
Tel: 01389 841213
Day Visitors Welcome. Cardross Golf Club has one of the best inland golf courses in the West of Scotland. It is a Championship parkland course, having hosted the Scottish Professional Championship in 1992, which was won by the Open winner of 1999, Paul Lawrie.
www.cardross.com

Vale of Leven Golf Club.
The Vale course is situated on the east side overlooking the whole of the Vale of Leven area, with some tremendous views of Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond in the background.
www.valeoflevengolfclub

Buchanan Castle Golf Club.
Welcomes visiting golfers. It is not much more than about 20/25 minutes from the lodge, just through Drymen.
Click this web link for info

Strathendrick Golf Club.
A 9 hole course that welocmes visitors during the week and is near Drymen.
Click this link for info

Aberfoyle Golf Club
Aberfoyle golf club is an 18 hole rolling parkland course situated 1 mile east of Aberfoyle Village. The course has stunning views west to Ben Lomond and south to the Campsie Hills
Click here for info

Balfron Golf Society - Shian Golf Course
18 holes par 72 just 6 miles from Loch Lomond.
www.balfrongolfsociety.org.uk


Do please call the club to check for visiting golfers information. For details from Scottish Tourist Board of Golf around Scotland<< click here.

Other useful sites:-

Golf Scotland


Golf News:

Paul McGinley says Gleneagles is the best Ryder Cup venue

Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley has visited Scotland following his appointment in January. He says the home of Golf will provide a brilliant setting for the golf event. He also enthused about Scotland in a video interview at Gleneagles.

He will lead his team against the US on the PGA Centenary Course at the venue in September 2014 and he claims that being involved in a Ryder Cup in the Home of Golf will make it all the more special thanks to the great history of golf in Scotland.