Phone: 0141 761 1281
Website: Cawder Golf Club
In Their Words ...........
Welcome to Cawder Golf Club, where our members, their families and guests have found recreation and relaxation from the stresses of daily life since 1933. Just 10 minutes from Glasgow city centre, the peaceful, picturesque setting lets you forget about the busy city lifestyle and members lose themselves in the beautiful game of golf. The natural beauty of the Campsie hills, surrounded by a wonderful woodland, and with the Antonine Wall and Kelvin river meandering through the courses provides our members with some of the best views any Scottish golf course has to offer.
Our Championship course was designed by the famous James Braid and is renowned not only for its challenging layout and high quality condition, but like many James Braid courses also for its outstanding natural beauty. Meandering through the Cawder estate with lovely views towards the Campsie Hills and criss-crossing the Antonine wall its peaceful, tranquil setting lets you lose yourself in a game of golf, as it should be.
Our 18th century clubhouse not only provides a wonderful backdrop to the finishing hole on the championship course, but inside you can be sure of a warm welcome and high quality Scottish dining. Members and guests alike can be assured of a warm welcome from out friendly staff dedicated to providing the best in class customer service, ensuring you have a truly memorable experience.
Essential Information at a glance, for YourGolfDay
- Coursetype: Championship Course - Mature parkland course with beutiful tree lined fairways,designed by the 5 time British Open Champion, and famous golf course architect James Braid. It affords lovely views towards the Campsie Hills, the picturesque woodland course meanders through the Cawder estate, criss-crossing the Antonine Wall and flourishing when you enter Cawder’s very own “Amen Corner”, holes 13 through to 16. Your round reaches its finale at the stunning signature par 3 18th, overlooking the elegant mansion clubhouse
- Coursetype: Keir Course - Like the Championship course the Keir is a mature course nestling between the 18th century Clubhouse and the River Kelvin, it presents an exacting test of golf. It is more forgiving from the tee, and less physically demanding than its Championship sister, but the smaller, well-guarded greens demand good shots to make pars.
- Number Of Holes: Championship 18, Keir 18
- Yardage: Championship from white tees 6279 yards, Keir from the white tees 5871 yards.
- Par: Championship 70, Keir 68.
- Bar/Restaurant: Newly refurbished 18th Century Clubhouse, offering good quality locally sourced food with a varied menu made to cater for all tastes and a well stocked bar opening directly into the lounge, a private party experience can be offered in an absolutely unique venue. Combine the great food with the newly refurbished clubhouse, and you can see why members and visitors alike keep coming back.
- Drinks/Snacks: Snack menu available in the Lounge
- Changing Facilities: Yes, for members and visitors
- Shower Facilities: N/A
- Pro-Shop: Professional Shop at Cawder will cater for all your golfing needs. A wide range of leading brands stocked at very competitive prices for ladies, gents and juniors. A club fitting and repair services is available
- Golf Club Hire: Golf clubs are available to hire
- Buggy Hire: Buggies are available to hire but it is best to pre-book
- Trolley Hire: Pull and Powakaddy power trolleys are available to hire
- Practice Area: The practice area is long enough to peg up the driver and wide enough to accommodate plenty of golfers, with 2 chipping greens there is still enough space for the professional team to provide golf lessons.
- Putting Practice: There are 2 practice putting greens
- To Confirm All Details and Further Information: Visit the Website
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