Membership offer: Moffat Golf Club

Moffat Gc

Just a short drive from the English border and only one-and-a-half miles from the M74, Moffat Golf Club was founded back in 1884 and is referred to by many as ‘The Jewel in the South’.

Located high on Coats Hill overlooking the town, the relatively short moorland course is beautifully shaped into the natural undulations and hazards and commands splendid views in all directions.

Those lucky enough to call Moffat their home club get to regularly tee off on one of ‘Scotland’s Top 100 Holes’.

The short par-3 ninth, called ‘Port Arthur’, is the course’s signature hole, featuring a blind 120-yard tee shot over a high rock face to a hidden, elevated green.


At Moffat, new members will enjoy the warmest of welcomes and, if you’ve never been a member before – or haven’t been one for more than two years – there is the opportunity to take advantage of some fantastic discounts.

Junior memberships, meanwhile, have more than halved in price for the 2018 season!

Joining couldn’t be easier, so contact the club now for further information.

Current offers

Full: £455
New Member (£150 if you haven't been a member in past two years): £305
Country (20+ miles): £345
New Country Member: £245
Five-Day (must be full member of another SGU/EGU club): £195
Intermediate (aged 29-30): £355
Intermediate (aged 26-28):
Intermediate (aged 22-25): £225
Intermediate (aged 18-21): £125
Junior: £25
Social: £12
International: £50


Phone: 01683 220020
Facebook: Search for 'The Moffat Golf Club'

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