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Hawick Golf Club
Booking Telephone: 01450 372293
Email: thesecretary@hawickgolfclub.com       Web: www.hawickgolfclub.co.uk
Address: Vertish Hill, Hawick, Roxburgh, TD9 0NY

Boasting honorary members such as Tony Jacklin, Colin Montgomerie and course record holder, Nick Faldo, Hawick is an old and well-established golf club in the beautiful borders of Scotland.

The oldest club in the borders, Hawick is famous for its rolling heather clad hills, the Rivers Tweed and Teviot which run through wooded valleys to the sea, as well as centuries of history, castles, abbeys and watchtowers which surround the course. Hawick is located on the picturesque Vertish Hill and has been in existence since 1877.

There are a number of long par-4ís and tricky bunkered par-3ís and the course itself gets off to a tough start with the first and second holes alongside a road which means accuracy is vital.

The 392-yard 14th looks towards Ruberslaw and the Cheviot Hills offering a particularly dramatic view.

The Vertish course, with its subtle hazards, is a true test of golf and offers high and low handicappers a fine few hours of enjoyment. The clubhouse was refurbished in 1996 and offers a comfortable dining room and lounges.

Bar, Catering Facilities, Changing Rooms

North along the A7 from Carlisle for 40 miles or south on A7 from Edinburgh for 50 miles.

Advance Bookings
All bookings must be made in advance.


Hawick Golf Club

Hawick Golf Club Course Details
Holes: 18 Style: Panoramic
Par: 68 Length: 5,933 yards
Weekday Golf Times Available: Anytime
Round: ££  Day Ticket: £££
Weekend Golf Times Available: Anytime
Round: ££  Day Ticket: £££
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