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Wishaw Golf Club
Booking Telephone: 01698 358247
Email: jwdouglas@btconnect.com       Web: N/A
Address: 55 Cleland Road, Wishaw, Lanarkshire, ML2 7PH

Wishaw golf course, situated to the north of the town centre, is a parkland course designed by the legendary golf course architect and former Open champion James Braid, with many tree lined fairways and good views of the local area to be enjoyed from a number of vantage points.

There are many natural hazards that have to be avoided if you are to put together a good score, but that’s just part of the fun at Wishaw. Whether it’s bunkers, thick rough or trees, chances are you’ll find trouble at some stage if you are a little wayward off the tee.

Tricky par threes with fast greens protected by strategically placed are also an endearing feature of the course. One particular characteristic of this course is that no fewer than 17 greens are protected by bunkers, so if your short game is experiencing problems you could be in for a tough time.

The course is a very popular track on the Tartan Tour’s pro-am circuit and is never short in providing a stern test for the tour’s best players.

Wishaw is, quite possibly, one of the best value GFS courses in Scotland – not to be missed!

Facilities
Bar, Catering Facilities, Changing Rooms, Pro Shop, Range

Directions
400 yards from Wishaw Main Street at West Cross.

Advance Bookings
All bookings must be made 48 hours in advance.





 

Wishaw Golf Club

Wishaw Golf Club Course Details
Holes: 18 Style: Parkland
Par: 69 Length: 5,999 yards
Weekday Golf Times Available: Anytime
Round: ££  Day Ticket: £££
Weekend Golf Times Available: Sunday Anytime
Round: ££  Day Ticket: £££
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