May I extend a warm welcome to all from Erskine Golf Club.
No matter your score, good or bad, Erskine offers some of the most outstanding golfing views in the West of Scotland, so whether you are setting the heather alight with your scoring, or are simply having a bad day on the golf course, Erskine is always an enjoyable experience.
As well as a superb course surrounded by outstanding scenery, Erskine is fortunate to be home to a vast array of wildlife.
Situated on the banks of Clyde Estuary, we are home to many species of wildfowl and waders, don’t be surprised to see Buzzards sailing high on the warm thermals, hear Woodpeckers pecking the hardwoods or see Roe Deer casually wandering the fairways.
After your round relax in one of our lounges whether it be sitting in front of a roaring log fire, or simply looking out over the wonderful views stretching down the banks of the Clyde Estuary towards the Cowal Peninsula.
At Erskine we also offer a varied selection of food and wines, so if the course and views have whetted your appetite then why not simply settle back and enjoy the cuisine and hospitality that Erskine has to offer.
We look forward to welcoming you to our club to enjoy the fantastic facilities we have to offer.
Visitors are only able to book tee times 7 days in advance. If you are organising a visiting party please contact the Managing Secretary who will provide you with the necessary assistance.
Captain Iain V MacArthur
We are also a member of the Association of James Braid Courses and extend a warm welcome to golfers from other clubs across the globe who form part of this accociation.
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Erskine has a thriving membership, but even with visitors and golfing societies, the golf course is never overcrowded.
A round of golf at Erskine is a must for the discerning golfer. If you have not played at Erskine before, then a visit is thoroughly recommended. You will not be disappointed and a warm welcome awaits you.