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Buchanan Castle Golf Club

Buchanan Castle Golf Club, Drymen, Stirlingshire, Scotland
Address Buchanan Castle Golf Club, Drymen, G63 0HY
Telephone General Manager: 01360 660 307 / 01360 870-382
Pro–Shop & Tee Reservations: 01360 660 330
Winter "Open" Line: +44 01360 660629
Website Club Website
Email info@buchanancastlegolfclub.co.uk
proshop@buchanancastlegolfclub.co.uk
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Holes • 18-hole course with many fairways which are framed by two tall trees at around 200 yards, or where the Braid Doglegs start to turn. Simple but insidious, requiring consistent accuracy off the tee.
• Par 3 practice course
Yardage 6052
Par 70
Visitors Visitors are welcome to pre book a tee time up to 5 days ahead via the Club Professional on 01360 660330. For times in advance of 5 days bookings can be made for Thursdays and Fridays via the Secretary.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
No play Tue and Sat mornings. Subject to availability. Please telephone in advance to book.
Book here with Teetimes.co.uk. Lowest prices and no booking fees.
Green Fees
High season 18 Holes: F
Low season 18 Holes: D
Course Designer James Braid
Location The Course lies within a forested estate with trees native to Western Europe, different types Oak, and soaring Pacific Coast Redwoods.
18m NW of Glasgow. 25m W of Stirling, off A811
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Facilities
• Historic dining room
• Special events / Private functions
• Corporate hospitality days available
• Conference facilities available
• Golf coaching / Performance Centre, custom fitting
• Golf driving range available for practice sessions all year round.
About Buchanan Castle The course lies on the plain of the Endrick, less than one mile from Loch Lomond and it is a delight. The clubhouse was built on the site of the ancient Buchanan House, home of the Buchanan family which had held lands on Loch Lomondside since the 13th century.
The course features many fairways which are framed by two tall trees at around 200 yards, or where the Braid Doglegs start to turn. Simple but insidious, requiring consistent accuracy off the tee.
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