Welcome to The Kilmacolm Golf Club
A very warm welcome to you and thank you for visiting our website. We hope you find what you are looking for amongst the pages on our site and if you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our very best to help. We pride ourselves on being a warm and friendly Club and it is always great to see new faces when visitors and guests arrive. There is always someone on hand to help you so please ask if you need any assistance when you are at the Club.
Kilmacolm Golf Club is revered in Scotland as one of its finest Clubs and currently holds a spot in Scotland’s Top 100 Golf Courses. Not only this, we were nominated for, and won, James Braid Course of the Year in 2013. We are frequently likened to the stunning Gleneagles courses and when you come and enjoy a round with us, you will understand why.
We are convinced that once you have visited us, you will become a friend for life and that Kilmacolm Golf Club will continue to live long in your memory. It truly is a magical place with some of the best views to be had on any golf course.
Our staff are here to make your time with us as enjoyable as possible and we do our very best to make each visit memorable. Relax after your round in our gorgeous Clubhouse and enjoy a meal with a drink or two as you reminisce about your round.
All that remains is for me to wish you all a great season of golf and when you are ready to make your next trip to Kilmacolm Golf Club, I am always here to help in any way I can.
The Kilmacolm Golf Club.
Renfrewshire County Champion Eilidh Briggs shot a brilliant second round of five-under-par 68 over the Montrose Medal links course today (SUNDAY) to clinch a two-stroke victory in the 36-hole Munross Trophy open women's tournament.
Briggs had led the field at the end of the first round with a 71, finishing with birdies at the 14th and 15th, an eagle 3 at the 17th and a birdie at the 18th after running up a double bogey 6 at the 11.
With young Jillian Farrell (Cardross) and former Scottish champion Gabrielle MacDonald (Craigielaw) shooting 69s in the afternoon, Briggs needed to be at her very best to hold the twin challenge at bay and she did so with her 68 (36-32).
Her second round, in fact, started inauspiciously with bogeys at the first and second but Eilidh slipped into top gear with birdies at the fifth and sixth and came storming home with birdies at the 10th, 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th.
Farrell finished second on 141 with MacDonald third on 144 and Hannah McCook (Grantown on Spey) third on 145 (74-71). New Aberdeenshire champion Molly Stewart (Murcar Links) tied for fifth place with the Angus title winner Gillian Paton on 146.