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Crow Wood Golf Club
Booking Telephone: 0141 779 1943
Email: secretary@crowwoodgolfclub.co.uk       Web: www.crowwoodgolfclub.co.uk
Address: Garnkirk House, Cumbernauld Road, Muirhead, Glasgow, G69 9NP

Formed in 1925, Crow Wood is another course in repertoire of world-famous golf course designer James Braid. Situated on the grounds of the Garnkirk Estate, additional ground was acquired in the 1930s on which the current sixth to ninth holes are built, bringing the course to its current length of 6,168 yards. Views of the Campsie Hills and Ben Lomond offer a scenic accompaniment on a clear day.

Refreshingly, Crow Wood offers a test to golfers of all abilities. A typical parkland course with little undulation, 68 bunkers will test shot-making and course management in equal measure. Oak, birch and pine trees line generous fairways, while the Garnkirk Burn is to be avoided as it winds its way through the sixth and seventh holes. Dean Robertson holds the current course record of 62, a score even more impressive as it was achieved while Robertson was still an amateur.

Serious golfers can warm up and hone their skills on the practice range and either of the two practice putting greens, while the casual player can ready himself in the Crow’s Nest spike bar or in the traditional-style clubhouse that was once The Mansion House of Garnkirk.

Facilities
Bar, Catering Facilities, Changing Rooms, Pro Shop

Directions
On A80 Stirling road six miles north east of Glasgow.

Advance Bookings
All bookings must be made 24 hours in advance.





 

Crow Wood Golf Club

Crow Wood Golf Club Course Details
Holes: 18 Style: Parkland
Par: 71 Length: 6168 yards
Weekday Golf Times Available: Anytime, except Tuesday
Round: ££  Day Ticket: N/A
Weekend Golf Times Available: N/A
Round: N/A  Day Ticket: N/A
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