Glenbervie Golf Club

Described as "one of Scotland's foremost clubs", Glenbervie Golf Club is a parkland course set amidst mature trees with outstanding views of the Ochil Hills in Central Scotland. Glenbervie was designed by Scotsman James Braid and opened in 1932. James Braid was an internationally renowned course architect, building the famous King's Course at Gleneagles amongst many others. Glenbervie provides a testing golfing challenge to high and low handicap golfers alike. Glenbervie was formerly the home to the Scottish Region of the PGA. It has hosted the British Boy's Championship, the Scottish Professional Golfers Championship and was used by the R&A for many years as a regional qualifying venue for the Open Championship. The 2005 Scottish Youths Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship was held at Glenbervie in June 2005. Glenbervie has quality and class written all over it, from the superbly appointed clubhouse across the entire glorious parkland which James Braid has again ingeniously used in his creation, right into the Professional's Shop. Incredibly, those are not our words - just one of the many praises heaped on our course over the years.

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