Glenbervie Golf Club
Glenbervie is a parkland golf course surrounded by mature trees and the spectacular views of the Ochil Hills in central Scotland. It's a challenging golf course to seasoned golfers and novices alike. The club has hosted the British Boy's Championship, the Scottish Professional Golfers Championship and has served as a regional qualifying venue for the Open Championship.
Watch out for No. 9, the most difficult hole on at Glenervie. It's a 4,360-yard, dog-legged par 4 requiring an uphill drive through trees.
The facility also includes a restaurant, bar and pro shop.
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A great challenging course
This was a great day out, the course is quite long, but played beautifully. The greens were smooth and well kept. These changed how they played, as we went round the course, Due to it being a tad damp but dried as we set went round.
The course is challenging but great to play. Never got rushed on & we had a great game overall.