Packages to Suit All
We have membership packages to suit everyone, each with competitive annual fees.
Call 01505 323956 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about our membership packages and options.
How to Join
If you are interested in joining the club please contact our Secretary by telephone or e-mail: email@example.com (telephone 01505 323956).
Why Join Elderslie?
Elderslie is a friendly golf club where you will be welcomed and made to feel part of the Club. When you join, you become part of a community club that has a proud history stretching back over 100 years. That said, Elderslie is a club that is modernising and adapting to the needs and desires of today’s golfers through several new and exciting initiatives.
You will benefit from our New Members’ Programme run by our PGA Professional and designed to make you feel comfortable and welcome right from the start.
The course features a great layout that meanders through mature woodlands, with spectacular views to Ben Lomond, the Campsies and beyond. As well as a great course, you’ll also find an excellent practice area sited immediately next to the clubhouse and first tee, so you can warm up or hone your game without having to trek across the course.
You will really enjoy playing Elderslie as it is one of the best maintained courses in the area and gets regular praise for its excellent condition. This is due to our skilled and dedicated greens-staff, coupled with our continuing strategy to invest heavily in the course.
As well as golf, you can relax and enjoy great value refreshments and meals in a clubhouse that features an open-plan lounge and veranda with panoramic views over the course. The snooker room, with its full-size table, offers another sporting challenge.
At Elderslie Golf Club, family and friends are always welcome both on and off the course. What’s more, our very attractive Membership options for Juniors and Youths allow families to enjoy time together on the course, as well as providing a superb environment for youngsters to develop independently.