Glasgow Golf Club
Killermont: Parkland: 5973 Yards, 18 holes, Par 70 Gailes: Links 6903 yards, 18 holes, Par 71
The Glasgow Golf Club boasts two great golf courses open to their members.
Killermont, on the outskirts of the City of Glasgow was opened in 1903 and was the last 18 hole course designed by Old Tom Morris. There have been two subsequent re-designs by James Braid in 1924 and David Thomas in 2002, but many of the original characteristics remain the same.
The Glasgow Gailes course is the second course of the Glasgow Club. Designed by the famous Willie park from Mussellburgh. Gailes was opened for play in 1892. The course occupies a favourable stretch of links between Troon and Irvine and the design, although simple, is exceptionally challenging. The course continues to be used as an Open Championship qualifier, which is a testament to the Willie Park design.
- Catering Facilities
- Changing Facilities
- Pro Shop
- Putting Green
- Practice Ground
- Trolley Hire
- Club Hire
Visitors and visiting parties are welcome. All arrangements must be pre-booked through the Secretary. Dress code must be adhered to.
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