The Birthplace of William Wallace
A 18 Hole Parkland Course with panoramic views in Renfrewshire on the West Coast of Scotland in the village of Elderslie. Discover one of James Braid magnificently designed golf courses, first opened for play in April 1909. Visitors welcome call: 01505 320032.
Discover one of James Braid's magnificently designed golf courses, first opened for play in 1909. An 18 hole picturesque view of the home of golf. Members of courses designed by James Braid, and those in the James Braid Society, can play the course at a discounted green fee.
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR AT ELDERSLIE
Raymond and his staff welcome you to Elderslie Golf Club over the festive period. Look at the special Christmas Menus.
Members Notice - As from 1st October until 31st March 2018 the Club will now operate “winter hours”, please see below for bar & kitchen operating hours.
Monday & Tuesday 8.30am - 6.00pm
Wednesday & Thursday 8.30am - 10.00pm
Friday 8.30am - 11.00pm (last orders 10.30pm)
Saturday *7.30am - 11.00pm (last orders 10.30pm)
Sunday *7.30am - 6.00pm
* Saturday & Sunday opening time will change to 8.00am December & January
Monday - CLOSED
Tuesday - Thursday 10.00am - 5.00pm
Friday 10.00am - 7.00pm
Saturday 8.30am - 7.00pm
Sunday 10.00am - 5.00pm
Please note that the kitchen will close early if course is closed or in extreme weather conditions and we advise that you book in ADVANCE for any catering requirements.
Play two rounds FREE and £150 for golf until MARCH 2018.
CONTACT PRO SHOP OR THE CLUB SECRETARY
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Latest Club News
Saturday is a big day at the club with the member and guest day competing for the Copan ‘A’ Chardeis – the “cup of friendship”.read more
The gents team suffered only their second defeat of the season when they lost 5-3 to Caldwell.read more
Winner of the Elderslie Trophy was Stuart Cameron who shot 69, and Alastair Love shot net 66 to win the Elderslie Openread more
It has a beautiful setting, and if you stand on the 9th Green or on the 13th Tee, you can take in a breathtaking view across the Kilpatrick Hills and on to the slopes of Ben Lomond. If you require any further information regarding the club, membership, visitors or visiting parties, please do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail or telephone.