Lenzie Golf Course

Lenzie Golf Club

East Dunbartonshire

18 holes | par 69 | 5984 yards | Parkland

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Course Information

Lenzie Golf Course stretches just shy of 6,000 yards, and with a par of just 69 it is extremely challenging. There are a variety of prominent features throughout the course, none more so than the old beech trees that line the fairways and the small streams that meander their way through the course. In addition to this the greens are renowned for being small and therefore an accurate approach is required. The 4th and 18th are two of the most notable holes due to their fantastic scenery of the stunning Loch situated alongside the course.

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location

Lenzie Golf Club just over 7 miles from Glasgow, easily accessible from junction 3 of the M80.

Lenzie Golf Club, Crosshill Road, Lenzie, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire, UNITED KINGDOM, G665DA
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    2 Reviews
    5 Stars:
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    4 Stars:
    1
    3 Stars:
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    2 Stars:
    1
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    Lovely course

    Played in winter and in great condition. All greens in play other than 2 which were being worked on. Will definitely play in the summer.

    Staff Friendliness:
    Good
    Pace of Play:
    Good
    Off-course amenities:
    Average
    Course Conditions:
    Good
    Value for the Money:
    Excellent
    Course Layout:
    Good

    Lenzie Golf Course

    The general condition of the course is poor at the moment; it's a bit like a mud bath, particularly the 10 holes which are at the other side of the road, i.e. Holes 7 to 16, the course appears to have major drainage issues, albeit the West of Scotland like the rest of the UK has experienced one of its wettest winters in living memory. On a positive note the greens are in very good condition for this time of the year.

    Staff Friendliness:
    Average
    Quality of food & beverage:
    Average
    Pace of Play:
    Good
    Off-course amenities:
    Average
    Course Conditions:
    Poor
    Value for the Money:
    Average

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