Visitor Information

Visitors always receive a very warm welcome to The East Renfrewshire Golf Club and can look forward to an exhilarating round, followed by some of our renowned hospitality and catering.

The Clubhouse complements the magnificent setting of the course at The East Renfrewshire Golf Club. From the lounges and patio areas, you can indulge in the views of the first and eighteenth holes.

It is the perfect location to complete your day's golf, have a meal and take refreshments. The East Renfrewshire Golf Club has a reputation second to none for its friendly atmosphere topped by first class catering and bar facilities. We are in a position to offer a full range of golf packages and facilities, including corporate golf days, company days and society bookings. Visiting parties are especially welcome to enjoy all the facilities on offer and we can provide packages to meet all needs large and small. The Clubmistress will accommodate any special requests and arrange a suitable location for prize presentations.

Green Fees

This pricing applies to groups of up to 4 players.
For larger visiting groups, refer to our Groups and Corporate page.

Green Fees
Per Round
Per Day
Weekday£50£60
Weekend*£50£60
*(by arrangement only)

Dress Code

The East Renfrewshire Golf Club operates a contemporary and forward thinking dress policy commensurate with a modern day members’ golf club.

On the Course and Practice / Putting Area

Members and visitors are asked to ensure that they conform to a good, neat and clean standard of recognised golfing apparel including golf shoes at all times. When changing golf shoes or clothing please use the locker rooms rather than the car park.

Examples of inappropriate dress are rugby/football tops, tee shirts without collars or sleeves, denim jeans or cargo pants and track or shell suits.

Mobile Phone Policy

Mobile phones and similar electronic devices are acceptable on the course provided they are set to silent. They can be used only at appropriate times with due consideration for other golfers and where their use does not interfere with pace of play. Mobile phones must also be kept to silent in the Clubhouse.

In the Clubhouse

Members and visitors to any lounge or dining area are asked to ensure that they conform to a good, neat and clean standard of dress. Denim jeans are accepted provided that they are free from rips or tears. Trainers are acceptable. Accompanying children are expected to be dressed in smart casual clothing commensurate with their age. Members and guests are asked to make use of the cloakrooms and locker rooms to hang outdoor wear.

Examples of inappropriate dress are rugby/football tops, tee shirts without collars or sleeves, track or shell suits, waterproofs, wet or soiled or torn clothing, headgear, golf shoes (except when obtaining drinks for consumption on the patio).