Grangemouth Golf Course


Grangemouth Golf Course is located in Central Scotland between Polmont and Grangemouth, easily accessible from Junction 4 of the M9 Motorway. Since the course opened in 1974 it has played host to numerous PGA events - an indication of how highly is it rated.

Bunkered Magazine said of Grangemouth Golf Club that it "is surely one of the best municipal courses in Scotland".

The course is situated on 500 acres of Scottish countryside surrounded by Polmont Woods, a local fishery and views of the Ochil Hills on the back 9.

The course itself is a 6,432 yards White Tee Par 71, 6049 yards Yellow Tee Par 70 and 5542 Ladies/Junior Tees Par 73. It is a beautifully laid out 18 hole parkland course on gently sloping terrain providing a challenging but fair test of golf.

The signature Par 3 7th plays over the edge of a reservoir to a slightly elevated green, guarded by several greenside bunkers. The 1st and 10th tees are located beside the clubhouse and the Pro-Shop, offering the possibility of 2 tee starts, with an ideal stop off for refreshments.

We offer a range of different season ticket options and 'pay and play' round and day tickets. Please see the prices page for this year's fees.

There is also a club associated with the course which is run privately by the members. You don't need to be a member of the golf club to buy a season ticket with FCT but you can't be a member of the club without a season ticket.

Offers

We advertise a range of seasonal offers via our facebook page and in the pro-shop.

Group outings can now also be booked at reduced prices: We can accommodate visiting parties of all size with bar/catering available in the clubhouse and a fully stocked PGA-staffed Professional Shop.

  • 6 people £160 instead of £180
  • 8 people £200 instead of £240
  • 10 people £240 instead of £300

Perfect for a birthday treat, summer outing or a corporate team building exercise.

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01324 503840

Contact us

Grangemouth Golf Course
Polmonthill
Polmont
FK2 0YE

01324 503840
Last updated: 20 April 2016 at 14:20