Golf in Renfrewshire

Swing by any golf course in Renfrewshire and be greeted by picturesque landscapes, historic golf clubs and courses lined with natural beauty.

Several courses have been designed by famous architects such as the Mar Hall Golf Course designed by Dave Thomas, whose work features at the The Belfry in England plus San Roque and La Manga in Spain. Some courses you play alongside wildlife, like in Erskine situated on the banks of Clyde Estuary, where curious Buzzards and Roe Deer pop up to say hello. All courses welcome you with open arms, offer a variety of facilities designed for all skill levels and have clubhouses perfect for pre or post-round refreshments.

Some of golf greats have shaped and played on our courses. Follow in their footsteps for an unbelievable game of golf.

Earl of Mar Golf Course

With spectacular views of the River Clyde and the Kilpatrick Hills beyond, the new 18-hole Earl of Mar championship course at Mar Hall is one of the best new courses in Scotland.

Elderslie Golf Club

Enjoy the freedom of a good round of Golf at a course near the birthplace of William Wallace.

Erskine Golf Club

Regarded as one of the finest golf courses in the West of Scotland, Erskine Golf Course has to be played to be appreciated.

Gleddoch Golf Club

Designed by J.Hamilton Stutt in 1974, enjoy spectacular views over the River Clyde, Ben Lomond and the hills of Renfrewshire.

Marhall Golf Club

Discover a five-star golf experience in amidst of wonderful surroundings.

Ralston Golf Club

A great course with top class catering and a thriving social scene – what else do you need?

Ranfurly Castle Golf Course

Tee-off at the oldest club in Renfrewshire, established 1889

Renfrew Golf Club

29 specimens of tree including Lime, Chestnut, Beech, Birch, Oak and Sycamore, add to an excellent round of golf.

Paisley has an understated beauty. Paisley is the confident, attractive character in the room that doesn’t need to shout about it but still lets you know it’s there. Paisley is a great walking town and you are always likely to discover something new in the streets whether you are exploring for five minutes or five hours.

Gary Chittick