Club launches innovative 'Off-Peak' membership

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BUCHANAN CASTLE GOLF CLUB

A golf club outside Glasgow has introduced an innovative new membership to help appeal to those who prefer to playing in the evenings or just 12 holes.


Buchanan Castle, 20 miles from the city centre and situated between Loch Lomond and the village of Drymen, have started an ‘Off-Peak’ membership, which can be used throughout the year.

The terms of the membership will be that in the summer time, you can play the course from 4pm for seven days a week, while when the clocks for winter, the membership will apply from 1pm.

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The full 18 holes of the course will be available to play, but the club is also introducing 12-hole competitions, which have been backed by members, to give those who are pushed for time the chance to compete and maintain their handicap. The cost of this membership is £360 including VAT, while a regular full adult membership at the club is £900.50.

Buchanan Castle is a top class course designed by James Braid in 1936, offering players of all levels an intriguing but fair golfing challenge. The course lies on the plain of the River Endrick, with magnificent scenic backdrops which include Ben Lomond, the Highlands and Luss Hills.


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For more information about the membership offer at Buchanan Castle, visit www.buchanancastlegolfclub.co.uk or call 01360 660307.

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