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Considered one of the finest parkland courses in the West of Scotland, Cardross offers a memorable and challenging golf experience for members and visitors alike. Founded in 1895, the current golf course layout benefited from design changes recommended by James Braid, which were implemented in 1921.
Cardross has long been regarded as a top championship course and has played host to the Scottish Professional Championships in 1992, which was won by the then future British Open Champion Paul Lawrie. More recently, it has hosted the Scottish Ladies Junior Open Strokeplay Championship in 2011 and the Scottish Boys Open Amateur Strokeplay Championship in 2012.
Generous undulating fairways, large deciduous trees and stunning views over the River Clyde are features of the golf course that tends to play much longer than the yardage suggests.
The Club has a welcoming art deco inspired clubhouse, excellent bar & catering facilities, a fully stocked Professional’s shop, practice area and access to golf buggies.
Cardross benefits from good transport links, located less than 30 minutes by car from Glasgow and within walking distance from the local railway station.