Membership Offer - Glenbervie


Glenbervie has provided recreation and refuge from the stresses of daily life since 1932.

The magnificent golf course was designed by the famous James Braid and has become nationally renowned not only for its challenging layout and high quality condition, but also for its outstanding natural beauty. Its peaceful, tranquil setting lets you forget about your busy lifestyle and lose yourself in a game.

The quality of the course is matched by the clubhouse, where panoramic vistas of the Ochil Hills is combined with fine Scottish dining. Even if you are only visiting as a guest, you’ll find a warm welcome and one of the most exceptional views any Scottish golf course has to offer.

The club’s diverse membership embraces a shared tradition of high standards and a commitment to excellence which have become the hallmarks of the club. To add to its appeal, Glenbervie is located on the A9 between Falkirk and Stirling, halfway between Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Current offers

Full: £965
Country: £560
Youth (18-29): From £275 - £885
Age 14-17: £190
Age 10-13: £140

Category prices are for 2019. 2020 subs will be set in January. Joining Fee payable from age 30. Current Joining Fee is £1,000. Discounted to £800 if paid up front. Membership year runs April – March. Join now by paying joining fee today with no subscriptions due until April 2020.

Contact details

T: 01324 562605
F: Search for ‘Glenberviegc’                               
T: @Glenberviegcclubsecretary

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