Gleddoch house Golf club is set in 360 acres of spectacular countryside with views over the River Clyde and Ben Lomond. The club itself offers a range of extra facilities for its customers to enjoy including a practice ground and putting green. After your round on the magnificent 18-hole championship golf course you will be warmly welcomed in the clubhouse by the friendly staff.
This entertaining course overlooks the Clyde Estuary and the beautiful Kilpatrick Hills, making it one of the most scenic layouts in this part of Scotland. It was designed in the early 70s by Hamilton Stutt and provides a challenging round for all golfers. The course is slightly undulating, which makes placement off the tee essential if you want a clear sight of the flag. The signature 17th hole is sure to test any golfer - a 150 foot drop from the tee to the green with an arrow-straight shot required to remain inbounds.