Biggar Golf Club has a long and varied history, establishing itself late on in the 19th Century. The course was extended from a 9 to 18-hole course not long after moving to its current location and was opened by none other than Old Tom Morris. This is not the only famous name attached to the club as the professional course record is held by one of Scotland’s finest golfers and Ryder Cup participants - Paul Lawrie.
In modern standards the 18 holes at Biggar Golf Club are fairly short, but the course has a local reputation for being fairly tight making it suitably challenging for all golfers. While taking on the fairly flat and gently undulating landscape you will be greeted by some great golfing holes and scenery alike. Steady golf and pin-point mid irons will leave good scoring opportunities on true running greens, whereas simple hitting and hoping may lead to some tough recovery golf. The short par 3, 9th is considered to be one of the signature holes with both out-of-bounds and water which can easily stall a promising scorecard.