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Bridge of Allan Golf Club

Bridge of Allan Golf Club
Pendriech Road
Bridge of Allan

01786 832332

Coursetype: A scenic parkland course. The course has some spectacular scenery which means some uphill shots, this is not an easy walking course. Well defined fairways with some innocent looking traps leading to well manicured greens.

Number Of Holes: 9

Yardage: From the white tees, 18 holes 5077 yards

Par: 66 for 18 holes

TeeParSlope RatingCourse Rating
Choose White Tee as slope rating playing option.6611566.2
Choose Yellow Tee as slope rating playing option.6611365
Choose Red Tee as slope rating playing option.6711063.8
TeeParSlope RatingCourse Rating
Choose White Tee as slope rating playing option.6812570.6
Choose Yellow Tee as slope rating playing option.6812169.2
Choose Red Tee as slope rating playing option.6611667

Clubhouse Facilities

Bar/Restaurant: The spacious clubhouse provides excellent bar and catering facilities. It has a lovely outdoor decking area where you can relax in the sunshine

Drinks/Snacks: Bar snacks and sandwiches are available all day

Changing Facilities: The Ladies and Gents locker rooms provide changing facilities for the visitor

Shower Facilities: No

Scorecard and layout

Bridge of Allan Golf Club Scorecard.

Bridge of Allan Golf Club Scorecard. Click or Tap Image to see full size

Golf Facilities

Pro-Shop: No shop, some essentials available in the clubhouse

Golf Club Hire: No

Buggy Hire: No. The course is on a slope and is thus not suitable for golf carts.

Trolley Hire: Pull and battery powered trolleys available to hire

Practice Area: No practice area

Putting Practice: Practice putting green available

Bridge of Allan Golf Club
audrey ainsleyaudrey ainsley
10:44 16 May 24
Beautiful Golf Course and lovely garden around the Golf Clubhouse.
Richard WoodRichard Wood
04:00 12 May 24
Brilliant wee 9 holes test yourself for fitness. Views are beautiful people very friendly. Will definitely go back.
Andrew Miet-piechockiAndrew Miet-piechocki
16:42 29 Apr 24
Brilliant course, shame about the weather but to be expected in scotland. 🫣🤣
Chris McleodChris Mcleod
18:27 26 Apr 24
Alan RussellAlan Russell
15:49 04 Dec 23
Cracking 9 hole course spectacular views 🏌️‍♂️
Joachim MeyerJoachim Meyer
07:23 02 Oct 23
Normally we only play each club once on our golf trips… but this one is so excellent that we had to play it a second time… one of the most beautiful golf courses in Scotland! And not expensive!
Stu VannetStu Vannet
18:07 25 Sep 23
A true hidden gem of a course. A real fun test of golf with some brilliant holes, and the bonus of stunning views thrown in. The opening hole is just an amazing test of golf. The food in the clubhouse is as good as you will get at any of the top courses in the country, a must play course, with genuine friendly clubhouse staff, and top quality food.
16:25 16 Jun 23
Lovely golf course well maintained. but be aware the 1st free holes are up hill bit challenging but worth it in the end but .. highly recommended 👌
Des BissettDes Bissett
07:48 21 Apr 23
Great 9 hole testing
Geert KGeert K
21:06 26 May 22
For a Dutchman the course was quite a climb. We were pleasantly surprised by the golfcourse: fairways and greens very good. Challenging holes because of the length (hole 1) or hillyness in combination with wind. Value for money is incredible good. The host at the clubhouse, Jimmy, so good that we will never forget this day.
Thomas WilsonThomas Wilson
12:21 21 Sep 21
A lovely little 9 hole with wonderful views over Stirling and beyond! Expect a good work out in an idyllic location. The course is in wonderful condition and the greens are a credit to the grounds staff. The locals where a credit to the club all extremely polite – even though I’m an English fella! This course makes you think, which ensures the 9 holes fly by! The 7th was a highlight, extremely tricky – you aren’t able to just whack it long and hope for the best around here! A little gem – Ill be back plenty!

Bridge of Allan Golf Club is a 9 hole Old Tom Morris golf course in Stirling, built with stunning views of Stirling Town and the Trossachs.  After recently celebrating its 125th anniversary, it’s a beautiful yet challenging piece of Golfing history in a stunning setting with one of the hardest opening holes in the country.

The course sits on the hill above the magnificently preserved Victorian Spa town of Bridge of Allan. There are no flat lies on this tricky nine hole course where it is possible to go out of bounds on every tee shot.

Delightful blind shots, quaint stone walls and crossing fairways take you back in a time machine to the Victorian era.

The views of the Stirling area from the course are absolutely breathtaking. The catering in the lounge serves hot and cold food, alcohol and soft drinks, has a TV and a lovely outdoor decking area where you can relax in the sunshine. It’s an extremely friendly and relaxed atmosphere and visitors are very welcome.