Braehead Golf Club
Dating back to 1891, when the original inspection of the land was conducted for Braehead Golf Club, the course is a par 70 measuring 6,053 yards. The club prides itself on its friendliness, claiming to be the domain of ordinary working men and women.
The golf course at Braehead is filled with a variety of challenging holes offering wonderful vistas of the surrounding landscape. It's one of the best tests of golf in the area, but remains friend to both seasoned and amateur golfer alike.
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Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Lounge
We were only a two ball and teed off at 1 pm after playing 16 holes totally lost the will to live and walked off after nearly 4 hours. We were behind a 3 ball who were in a medal but they were spraying the ball all over the place and taking lots of provisional balls. There was no one in front of them They had plenty of opportunities to let us but there was no way they were going to do that. The field was backing up behind us So would I come back and play again certainly not because if this is the caliber of the clubs members then they do not deserve our custom
Excellent day in sunshine course looking absolutely magnificent great day had by all will be back
Lovely course to play with great surrounding views. At this time of year allowances have got to be made for general conditioning in way of preparations for winter play.
Very Very slow pace of play
played on a Friday afternoon with my son pace of play was absolutely terrible waited on every tee up to the 10th. Managed to get through an elderly couple then got stuck behind a group of 4 guys who I think were playing there version of the ryder Cup. The greens had been cored and sanded so putting was a hit or miss don't know what they were doing but they did it very slowly. Had to give up at 13 .we aren't fast players but i was losing the will to live don't think i will bother with this course again
Braehead GC 28/10/20
On arrival at the course we were informed that the greens were being “Hollow Tined” but there would be temporary greens in operation where the grounds men were working.
This was not the case in the temporary greens..
We were unable to complete 3 holes and had to skip 1 (par 3) due to the work on the greens. Further to this a lot of earth was left on the greens after raking making some greens impossible to putt.
Signage on the course was inadequate leading to confusion at times as to which hole was next.
This was disappointing as when I last played, albeit quite some years ago it was a very pleasant experience.
The course looked lovely. The catering was adequate & staff friendly. The other players using the course were friendly & courteous to those of us for whom it was the first time.
A varied parkland course with magnificent views.
Older players might find some of the hills in the mid part of the round hard work.
Great condition considering amount of rain recently with gorgeous views of the Ochil hills a must play .
The golf course was in very good condition with the scenery as a fantastic backdrop.Tees were a bit tardy,fairways were excellent and the greens in good condition although local knowledge of borrows on greens a big advantage.My advice play to putt from below the hole would give you a chance as borrows could be severe. An excellent test using most clubs in the bag on a wonderful ,tricky course. Thorougjly enjoyed the beautiful scenery with Ben Lomond in the distance.Glad we have played here.
Hit my first ever golf shot on this course over 40 years ago. Youth membership was 7 pounds. Course was in excellent condition. Back 9 have improved beyond. Recognition. The 8th for me is the best par 3 in Clackmannanshire. Not been at Braehead for years. Will be back soon.
No pro no score card about to know where to go golf course very wet under foot very wet and muddy around greens if on 8 winter greens 4main greens and 6 holes closed again with no information bit off a wasted journey probably wouldn’t have went if I know all this when I phoned up
Course in great condition
Really enjoyed breahead. Staff in pro shop always helpful. Course exelent greens been cored but recovering nicely. I would play here a again no problem. And the views are awsome
Course in great condition
Course in great condition greens very good. Whole course is very well kept. Very helpful in pro shop. Definitely be back
First time at Braehead Golf Club
Paid £13 for green fees, compared with £20 as a visitor. Quick welcoming chat in the club house and was informed could play off as I wanted. For as early in the season the course is in great condition, greens almost fully recovered from early season plugging, yet still putted true.
Was a bit on the windy side, not the courses fault, but this certainly made some of the par 3’s hard. One of which is cruel to have is such that it all goes left if you are a little off and it runs in to heavy rough, come on give us a chance.
The course starts flat, then gently climbs in the middle and finishes flat. Made for a welcome first game in 9 months.
Will 100% be coming back.