Membership Offer - Bridge of Allan

Bridge Of Allan Golf Club

Membership at Bridge of Allan opens the door to a wonderful world of golf, friendship and hospitality.

With a challenging but fun nine-hole golf course, practice facilities and a modern refurbished clubhouse, everything is set up for the benefit and enjoyment of its members.

The Old Tom Morris designed course requires a climb on several holes, but the golfer is rewarded with spectacular views to Ben Lomond, the Trossachs, the Forth Valley, the Ochil Hills and Stirling Castle.

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The first hole is among the top ten most difficult opening holes in Scottish golf. It’s a long, uphill par-3 stretching to 223 yards with a five-foot stone wall guarding the green.

Bridge of Allan offers a ‘Try and Buy’ scheme. Pay for a round (18 holes at £20 or nine holes at £15) to play the course as a visitor and, if you decide to take up a membership, present your receipt and the appropriate amount will be taken off your membership fee.

Current offers

Full: £365
Veteran: £205
Country: £185
Young Adult (18-23): £185
Intermediate: £130
Junior (13-17): £80
Under 13s: £50
Family: £365

The club offers a Winter Ticket for £60 (Oct-Mar). If you buy and then take up membership, £60 will be deducted from your fees. Monthly payment options available.

Contact

Phone: 01786 832332
Email: secretary@bofagc.com
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Facebook: Search for ‘Bridge of Allan Golf Club’
Twitter: @bofagc

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