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Kilsyth Lennox

The elevated location of Kilsyth Lennox, in the heart of the North Lanarkshire countryside between Glasgow and Stirling, provides a host of stunning viewpoints: from Goat Fell on the Isle of Arran in the west to the Forth Bridges in the east.

Over the years, a number of changes have been made to the course, most recently in 2002 under the watchful eye of architect Rocky Roquemore.

Since then, a number of improvements have been made and additional features have been introduced, with the course having the acclaim of being the only one in Scotland to have the unique feature of two dry stone bridges, the most recent of which was completed in 2014.

• WIN A YEAR'S FREE MEMBERSHIP AT KILSYTH LENNOX

Kilsyth Lennox is renowned for the friendly welcome that it offers both new members and visitors alike. The club also offers a whole host of different membership categories, as well as a packed social calendar with well-supported events.

Current offers

Full: £645
Five-Day: £450
Senior: £390
Young Adult (21-25): £315
Young Adult (18-20): £215
Youth (16-17): £160
Under 16s: £20
Armed Forces: £450
Ladies Country: £390
Pay As You Play: £130

Contact

Phone: 01236 824115
Email: admin@kilsythlennox.com
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Facebook: Search for ‘Kilsyth Lennox Golf Club’
Twitter: @kilsythlennox

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