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Biggar Golf Club

Address Biggar Golf Club, The Park, Broughton Road, Biggar, ML12 6AH
Telephone 01899220319
Holes 18 - Parkland course
Yardage 5447
Par 68
Visitors The Golf Club welcomes visitors of all ages and capabilities. Ladies' section, Gents' section, Junior section
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with Secretary
Green Fees
Contact Starters Office Tel: 01899-220319
Course Designer Biggar Golf club was on established on 13th June, 1895. The course was known as "Langlees", the home of Lord and Lady Clydesmuir. In 1901 a new course was laid out at Heavyside, to the South East of the town. 
In 1907 a new golf course was established at the present location.  This course of nine holes was opened by Old Tom Morris.  In 1922 the course was extended to eighteen holes.
Location Situated to the South of Biggar on the B7016, Broughton Road.
Full catering facilities. 
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