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Ralston Gc

One of west-central Scotland’s top golf clubs, Ralston is an extremely well-maintained par-70 parkland course designed by James Braid.

The course, located on the east side of Paisley, offers fantastic views over the town and surrounding countryside.

The uphill par-4 opening hole ensures that your golf game will have to be sharp from the get-go, while the closing par-4 – measuring 362 yards – winds its way back downhill towards the clubhouse and presents a fantastic opportunity to sign off with a birdie.

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A local, family club, Ralston has introduced a new category for 2019 that doesn’t have a joining fee and this has been a popular move with an increased interest in membership.

The club has superb practice facilities and a well-stocked pro shop run by PGA pro Colin Munro and his assistant Greg Paxton. There is also an excellent clubhouse with top-class catering, helping to create a thriving social scene.

Current offers

Full: £895
Associate: £670
Youth: £450
Junior: £100

Contact

Phone: 0141 882 1349
Email: thesecretary@ralstongolfclub.com
ralstongolfclub.com
Facebook: Search for ‘Ralston Golf Club’
Twitter: @RalstonGolfClub

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