Visitor Information

Golf at Glasgow's hidden gem!

Looking to golf in the Glasgow area? Look no further than Balmore Golf Club! 

If you are planning a society golf day, corporate event or just a relaxed, friendly round of golf with friends in the Glasgow or Dunbartonshire area, Balmore Golf Club is ideally suited to your needs. 

We are just 7 miles from Glasgow city centre and only 30 minutes from Glasgow International Airport.

Our clubhouse staff can cater for large and small parties and our experienced and friendly staff will be on hand to meet all your pre and post match requirements.Clubhouse closing hours: Monday  - Friday - 4.00pm, Saturday & Sunday - 5.00pm (unless agreed with Bar Manager, Angela McEvoy 01360620284 Option 3).

For more details on outings, please contact the Club Shop on 01360 620284, Option 4.

It may be necessary for visitors to produce a valid handicap certificate. If in doubt please ask when making your booking.

Large Parties - for visiting parties of 8 or more, click HERE to book.

Small groups / individuals - for parties of less than 8, please contact the Club Shop directly on Tel: 01360 620284, Option 4.Green Fees - Monday - Friday, £35 per round, All Day Ticket £45, Weekends - £40 per round.

Call Club Shop on 01360620284 Option 4 to book a tee time and to hear of special offers.


Dress well, play well

Balmore Golf Club has a "Smart Casual" policy but expects members, their guests, and all visitors to maintain an acceptable standard of dress at all times both on the course and in the clubhouse.

All changing of clothes (including shoes), before and after play, must take place in the locker rooms.

All recognised golf attire is permitted on the course. Tops should be tucked into trousers/shorts/skirts. Players must wear golf shoes. Players should refrain from wearing the following when on the golf course:
• denim jeans
• football colours
• t-shirts
• trainers
• combat-style trousers
• working clothes
• overalls etc.
Clubhouse and Professional staff have discretion on acceptability of dress. Members are expected to ensure that their guests comply with the Dress Code. Organisers of visiting parties are responsible for ensuring that all members of their group are made familiar with these rules.


Enjoy your golf and allow others to do the same

"In golf, the customs, etiquette and decorum are as important as the rules of play"   Bobby Jones

Golf is the finest of games and one of the few remaining which demands the highest standards of integrity and behaviour from its players.

Members and visitors at Balmore Golf Club are expected to maintain these high standards so that everyone can enjoy their day's golf or their time in the clubhouse. Foul or offensive language, threatening behaviour, club throwing and the like will not be tolerated. 

Players should avoid slow play at all times. Should your group fall a clear hole behind the player(s) in front and begin to delay the player(s) behind, please invite those behind to play through at the earliest possible opportunity. 

Balmore is not a particularly lengthy golf course and an average round should take no more than 3 1/2 hours. Please be considerate and help us to make everyone's time at Balmore a positive experience. 

In order to maintain our course in its beautiful condition, players should replace divots and repair pitch marks on the green and fringes. 

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