We are happy to take new members throughout the year! We are a very welcoming Clubhouse and would love to see you at Bridge of Allan Golf Club as either new members or visitors. Check out our memberships here
The Season has officially begun – a great turn out for the opening days on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd of April 2021.
Following the First Minister’s latest update, we welcome the news that the early easing of some lockdown restrictions will now take place, we will be able to welcome visitors to our course from Sunday 18th April 2021. All visitors are required to pre-book their round via our online booking system.
Book your tee time via our BRS booking system
The latest guidance from Scottish Golf is available here.
The updated guidance means that the following changes will take place:
- Adults living in Level 3 or Level 4 areas may leave their local authority area to participate in informal exercise that starts and finishes in the same place.
- Groups can consist of up to 4 golfers from within Scotland, with no restrictions on number of households.
Have you see our course flyover – check it out below!
Many thanks to Robbie of Skyline Video & Photography
for the filming, video design and production
We are so fortunate that we have been able to launch the 2021 season and that our members are able to continue to play golf safely within the Covid restrictions. The most recent Fixture List is available here
Thank you to all our members old and new and also the wonderful #bridgeofallan community for the the support that the club has received during the most challenging of times for everyone, hopefully we can welcome visitors fairly soon.
***Mar 5th 2021*** As the weather improves, golfers will be back on the course and it will be busy. For non-members, you are respectfully reminded to abide by the outdoor access code when wishing to cross over our course. Thank you.
For more details please click on the link:
*** Feb 24th 2021 – members please check the BRS App (notifications bell) for course updates/playability on a daily basis during snowy/icy weather period ***
The snowy weather has forced members off the course and even though it is closed, many ‘non-members’ have been visiting and carrying out winter sports activities.
It’s an annual problem for a small club, as our course is a popular venue for thrill seekers whenever it snows. Sadly, in the past few days, there has been significant damage to the course caused by sledges and bikes.
Damage to the course, in particular to the ninth green and the putting green, can take several months to recover, with costs covered by the club’s members themselves, and with only one permanent green keeper, it is a handful of the 250 members who have to provide voluntary labour.
Whilst the course is closed and golf isn’t in play, members of the community, who are not members of the golf club, are respectively reminded of their rights of access, which is, you can only ‘cross over the course’ via appropriate pathways, as per the outdoor access code.
Our winter golf membership is back for 2020/2021, check out the details here
We look foward to you joining our Club!