Regarded as one of the finest and most challenging golf courses in central Scotland, the 18hole course boasts spacious tree lined fairways and views over Fife and West Lothian.
Deer Park is regarded as one of the finest and most challenging golf courses in central Scotland.
The 6,727 yard course extends through natural parkland enjoying an enviable reputation. Deer Park was designed and built by Peter Allis, Dave Thomas and Peter Clark in 1978, and has become one of Central Scotland’s leading Golf & Country Clubs.
Over the years the club has hosted prestigious golfing events including the Scottish Under 25s, the Scottish PGA Championship and was a Regional qualifying course for The Open Championship.
Deer Park is a challenging but fair parkland course, with generous tree lined fairways and the occasional pond to capture a stray ball! In the past few years the course has undergone design changes and new greens’ have been constructed. These on-going improvements have ensured that Deer Park offers golf all year round.
Deer Park offers visiting and member golfers a practice range, putting green, a fully equipped pro-shop, showers, locker rooms and everything a golfer could require. Lessons are available for Juniors right up to the more experienced players.
You won’t be in a hurry to leave Deer Park as it is also home to ten pin bowling, function hire facilities, a luxurious spa and pool, restaurant and bar. An ideal spot for a family day out!
Deer Park Golf & Country Club
Golf Course Road
The club is located directly by junction 3 off the M8.
Our 9 hole golf course, suited in Balbardie Park of Peace @ Xcite Bathgate, offers players an ideal course suitable for beginners as well experienced golfers.
Bathgate Golf Club is the proud home of 2 Ryder Cup Captains– Eric Brown and Bernard Gallacher. The course is a generally flat 18 hole course
The Club was formed in 1994 and was built mainly by the kind voluntary work of some local Bridgend people on land which was formerly used for shale mining works. The Haughburn Course which we enjoy today officially opened in April 1999.