The following list provides details of the golf courses within a two-hour drive of Crossbasket. We suggest when booking a round of golf that you check their requirements, green fees and availability as this can vary considerably.
East Kilbride – 18 hole, Par 70, 6220 yards
East Kilbride Golf Club is a mature, challenging parkland golf course on the edge of East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, Scotland and is the only private golf club in the fast-expanding Lanarkshire town.
A strong, active membership and visiting parties from all over the UK, enjoy the challenge of the mature, tree-lined, parkland course designed by Fred Hawtree and offering a variety of tough and diverse holes.
They have been in our present Nerston location since the late 1960s and what was a young, immature course has now blossomed into a true and enjoyable test of golf.
Phone: 01355 581800
Kirkhill – 18 hole, Par 70, 5780 yards
Kirkhill Golf Club was founded in 1910 from some former members of Cambuslang Golf Club. The Club house was built as a dwelling house, just in case the new venture did not work out. The founders certainly had some vision, energy and only four years after the founding of the club they arranged an exhibition golf match which was held in June 1914. The legendary golfer Harry Vardon, 6 times Open champion played with George Duncan who also won the Open in 1920.
At the time of the match, June 1914, Harry Vardon had already won the British Open five times. He went on to win his 6th Open at Prestwick in July of that year. Vardon won the British Open a record six times (1896, 1898, 1899, 1903, 1911, 1914), and was runner-up four times. He also won the U.S. Open in 1900. Harry Vardon quote: "Don't play too much golf. Two rounds a day is plenty."
Phone: 0141 641 8499
Langlands – 18 hole, Par 70, 5957 yards
Langlands golf club is a private membership club attached to Langlands golf course. The golf course is operated by south Lanarkshire council.
Joining the golf club does not give free access to the golf course - our members have to pay green fees to SLC for play on the golf course. Details of current green fees can be found on the south Lanarkshire council golf section website - you can go there by clicking here.
Although we are a private club, we do have certain privileges on the course e.g. the club has block booking times from 7am until 2pm every second Saturday to run our medal competitions.
The club also has 3 days each year when we have sole access to the course to run our open competitions. Every Saturdays from march - October we have a competition for gents, ladies and juniors. We have the tee reserved every other Saturday, with members requiring to book their own tee times out with these dates.
There is also a ladies 9-hole competition every second Wednesday running from May - September.
Phone: 01355 248 173
Strathaven Golf Club – 18 hole, Par 71, 6107 yards
Proud of its course design that has been developed over the past century. A gently undulating and beautiful tree-lined course with USGA standard greens, the layout is enjoyable and challenging for all levels of ability.
Having hosted both professional and international amateur events Strathaven Gold course is proud of what they have achieved and would like to share the playing experience with you.
With packages ranging from an individual booking to a corporate golf day they aim to make your time with them as memorable as possible.
Phone: 01357 520 421
Stirling – 18 hole, Par 71, 5464 yards
Stirling Golf Club is one of the most picturesque courses in Scotland, with inspiring backdrops of the Old Town of Stirling, built on ancient volcanic slopes, crowned by the historic Castle rising above spectacular crags and there are stunning views in all directions across Central Scotland, the Ochil and Lomond Hills to the east, and the Carse of Stirling, the Trossachs and the Southern Highlands beyond.
Phone: 01786 464 098
Gleneagles – 3 x 18 hole
A winning blend of natural beauty and golfing adventure, the three championship golf courses at Gleneagles are regarded among the very best golf courses in the world:
PGA Centenary Course Created by Jack Nicklaus, the PGA Centenary Course is the Host Venue for The 2014 Ryder Cup, where the cream of European and American golf will battle it out on Scottish soil for the first time in more than 40 years.
The King's Course Opened in 1919, the masterful King's has tested the powers of golfing aristocracy for almost a hundred years.
The Queen's Course. The natural beauty of the Queen's is an inspirational battle of wits for anyone in love with the great game.
Phone: 0800 389 3737