Glasgow Golf Courses and West Central Scotland golf courses plenty to choose from here in Scotland.
Here we are looking at golf courses only in the Glasgow and Western end of the central belt. With Edinburgh golf courses falling into a article coupled with the Lothian’s in the South East of Scotland.
Glasgow and the surrounding towns make up the western end of the Scottish central belt stretching across to Edinburgh. Glasgow and Strathclyde is the most populated area of Scotland So as you would expect has a high number of golf courses open to the public and visitors to the region.
Glasgow Golf Courses and Western Central Belt Golf Courses
Haggs Castle is considered by many to be the top Glasgow golf courses and is undoubtedly one of the country’s best golf courses away from the Scottish Coastline. Haggs Castle has indeed hosted a number of professional golf tournaments. If you cannot get a game there on the day you want you will find the Cawder course not that far way and still of a high standard.
I also like the Carluke Glasgow golf courses which for me achieves a high standard of play but also offers superb views of the Clyde valley so much that at times it gets to be a bit of a distraction. I have been known to lose track of where my golf ball has landed when looking around whilst walking towards it.
Other Golf courses in Glasgow
Other courses in that same general area that have also been used on various occasions as qualifying courses for Open tournaments. If you fancy yourself as getting ready for the big games you should try one or more of these three Glasgow golf courses Erskine, Ranfurly and Renfrew Golf Club.
Golf Courses Outside Glasgow
If you want to really combine playing a round of golf and visit one of Scotland’s greatest beauty spots. If your spouse does not play leave her (or him) to look at Loch Lomond whilst you play The Garrick. The Carrick golf club is part of the De Vere Deluxe Resort at Cameron House. This is a beautiful 18th century baronial lodge on the south-west shores of Loch Lomond.
Stirling Golf Courses
From there you can travel across towards Stirling town centre for Glenbervie and Stirling Golf club. Continue over the river and you will find three more golf clubs Braehead, Tulliallan and of course Alloa. They all have a good reputation as being a real test of your golfing abilities.
Seriously just like almost any region of Scotland you will Find that West Central Belt Scotland is a real pleasure to be. Don’t plan your golfing vacation holiday here for too short a time. You are unlikely to ever get bored playing golf around here.
However if you are going to be wanting to see even more of Scotland’s greatest Golf courses try the articles below.
Scottish Highlands and Isles Golf Courses. Where to play golf in Inverness, Nairn, Royal Dornoch, Durness and the Shetlands.
North East Scotland Golf Courses, Where to play in Aberdeen & Grampian Region.
The Heartlands of Scotland Where to play golf in Perthshire, Angus, Dundee and Fife
South West Scotland Golf Courses where to play in Argyll, The Isles, Ayrshire, Dumfries & Galloway