Introduction

Renfrew Golf Club is recognised as one of the finest inland golf courses in Scotland and has the enviable honour of hosting several SGU and R&A events.

It is a very flat scenic, tree lined parkland course affording views of the River Clyde with Erskine Bridge in the background.

The following diagram provides the layout of the course. There are also a selection of images and aerial view of the course in the course gallery. One of the major benefits of the design of the course is that the 9th green and 10th tee are located at the Clubhouse, with the 12th green in close proximity. So this provides members with the option of playing the front nine, back nine or the first 12 holes. Ideal if you are new to the sport; don't always have time to play a full round or have physical limitations. The shortened course appeals to all our membership because it reduces the demands on their time and abilities. 

There is a putting and chipping practise area in front of the clubhouse along with two practise nets and a practise area adjacent to the 1st tee.

The golf shop hires out two electric golf buggies (discounted for members) and pull trolleys. 

Course Layout

Competitions

As can be seen from the Club Diary, the club offers a full programme of competitions with Gents Medals being played on a Wednesday (includes option of a 9 hole competition) and a Saturday. The Ladies play their Medals on a Saturday with Tuesday being their 'alternative day' and this is when their 9 hole competition is played. Juniors play their medals on a Sunday morning.


Over and above the formal golf competitions, there are a number of mixed and fun competitions, which enables players of all abilities to participate. This is especially good for new members as it provides a great opportunity to meet and play with other members in a more relaxed format.

Members can also enter themselves into the club knock-out competitions and the Gents and Ladies have teams that participate in a number of Renfrewshire Golf Leagues.  

Member of 'Association of James Braid Courses'

Renfrew Golf Club is a member of the above Association that comprises of a collection of courses in Scotland, Ireland, Wales, England with one in New York, which were designed, re-designed or re-bunkered by James Braid. Members of all the clubs in the Association can enjoy preferential green fees at these courses. The following link will take you to a map of where all the courses are located and the green fees applicable.
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