Membership Offer - Grangemouth


Grangemouth Golf Course  is situated on 500 acres of countryside surrounded by Polmont Woods with fine views of the Ochil Hills.

Easily accessible from the M9, the course opened in 1974 and has hosted numerous PGA events over the years – an indication of how highly it is rated.

The par-71 layout is a lengthy 6,432 yards and is set over gently sloping terrain. The signature hole is undoubtedly the par-3 seventh, which plays over the edge of a reservoir to a slightly elevated green that is guarded by several greenside bunkers.


The 549-yard par-5 fifth offers the opportunity to really let rip off the tee towards one of the course’s generous fairways – but don’t be fooled as wayward hitting will be punished – as does the 512-yard 13th.

The first and tenth tees are located beside the clubhouse and the pro shop, offering the possibility of two tee starts with an ideal stop off for refreshments in the relaxing clubhouse.

Current offers

Full: £131
Senior (65+): £73
Senior Five-Day (65+): £54
Youth/Student (18-23): £54
Juvenile (16-17): £32
Under 16s: £25
Go Card: £73

All winter season tickets are valid until March 31, 2019.


Phone: 01324 506850
Facebook: Search for ‘Falkirk Community Trust’
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