Welcome to Greenock Golf Club

Inverclyde's only 27-hole golf course

Founded in 1890, Greenock Golf Club is located in a commanding position high above the town, offering some of the most spectacular views of the River Clyde, Ben Lomond & The Trossachs. A James Braid design, accommodating 2 parkland courses, offering a unique challenge for golfers of all levels of ability.

Fantastic course with some of the most spectacular views you are likely to see on any golf course

27 unique holes, all offering a different challenge – a great test for golfers of all abilities. 

Great course and friendly staff – we were made to feel very welcome. Played 9 holes in the morning, stopped for lunch and 18 in the afternoon – great day out and can’t wait to come back

The Big Course

The 18 hole course (known locally as "the big course") was redesigned in 1924 by former Open Champion James Braid, and it is doubtful if any of todays course architects could make better use of the land than Braid. Not long by modern standards at 5850 yrds, Greenock is no pushover, tight fairways, and small undulating greens will test players at every level. The terrain is semi-moorland, with many tree lined fairways, and the odd burn and bunker to to catch the slack shot.

Wee course

The Wee Course

Our 9 hole (Wee Course) weaves in and around the Big course, offering a variety of different challenges and is home to the dreaded Gully (8th hole). Dont be fooled by the lack of Par 5s and bunkers, this is a tough little course that will impress and challenge you in equal measure.

Latest News

Ladies Membership Offer

Ladies Membership Offer

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New Winter Membership Offer

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New Buggies have arrived

Due to popular demand, we have added another two electric buggies to our existing fleet, so that we now have 8 buggies available for members and visitors to enjoy. Plus our switch to electric means we have reduced the Clubs … Read More

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Greenock Golf Club

Inverclyde's premier golf facility

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