Niddry Castle Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 70, 5914 yard course. The course is suitable for all levels & ability and benefits from magnificent views towards the Pentland Hills.
Niddry Castle Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 70, 5914 yard course.
The course is suitable for all levels & ability with magnificent views towards the Pentland Hills. Visitors will receive a warm welcome at Niddry Castle.
There was an original golf club in Winchburgh at Faucheldean from the early 1900s until the first war.
The current site on Niddry Parks dates from 1926 when the oil company built a 7-hole course for the shale mineworkers. When the mines and ‘bings’ closed in 1961 the course was returned to grazing land for the Earl of Hopetoun.
In the early 1980s the land was restored to form a 9-hole course, the club house was then built in 1991 and the course was expanded to 18 holes in 2003.
The course is now in a beautiful parkland setting amongst the ‘bings’ of West Lothian.
From Edinburgh – Take the A90 towards the Forth Road Bridge and turn off at the junction marked Kirkliston. Follow this road through Kirkliston traffic lights, and carry on for 3 miles until reaching Winchburgh. When you enter Winchburgh the golf club is signposted first left.
From the South – Take the Edinburgh City Bypass (A720) until the turn-off for Glasgow (M8) and Stirling (M9). Follow the signs for the M9 (Stirling and Forth Road Bridge) and take Exit 1A from the M9 (Forth Road Bridge). At the roundabout at the end of the exit, take a right turn into Kirkliston. When you get to the traffic lights, turn right, and the follow the directions above.
From Glasgow and the West – follow the M8 until you get to junction 2. Take the road for the M9 and then follow the directions.
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.