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Holes 18
Par 71
Length 6438
Slope 0
Rating 0.0
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Glenbervie is a parkland golf course surrounded by mature trees and the spectacular views of the Ochil Hills in central Scotland. It's a challenging golf course to seasoned golfers and novices alike. The club has hosted the British Boy's Championship, the Scottish Professional Golfers Championship and has served as a regional qualifying venue for the Open Championship. Watch out for No. 9, the most difficult hole on at Glenervie. It's a 4,360-yard, dog-legged par 4 requiring an uphill drive through trees. The facility also includes a restaurant, bar and pro shop.
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Tee Par Length Rating Slope
White 71 6438 yards
Yellow 70 5991 yards
Red 72 5625 yards
Scorecard for Glenbervie Golf Club
Metrics:
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
White M: 71.0/119 360 533 326 152 390 404 211 347 435 3158 167 335 423 196 409 507 374 501 368 3280 6438
Yellow M: 69.0/117 355 491 319 147 360 398 208 336 433 3047 163 292 417 184 402 489 358 496 361 3162 6209
Red W: 71.0/119 348 469 291 137 302 339 182 290 398 2756 133 266 398 170 351 462 342 434 303 2859 5615
Handicap 11 5 15 17 9 3 7 13 1 12 18 2 8 4 16 10 14 6
Par 4 5 4 3 4 4 3 4 4 35 3 4 4 3 4 5 4 5 4 36 71
Handicap (W) 7 1 15 17 11 3 9 13 5 16 18 2 14 6 8 4 12 10

Course Details

Year Built 1932
Architect James Braid (1932)

Rentals/Services

Carts Yes
Pull-carts Yes

Practice/Instruction

Driving Range Yes
Golf School Academy Yes - "John Panton Academy"
Teaching Pro Yes
Putting Green Yes

Policies

Credit Cards Accepted Visa, Delta, Mastercard, Maestro, Jcb
Walking Allowed Yes

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Played On 07/04/2017
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A great challenging course

This was a great day out, the course is quite long, but played beautifully. The greens were smooth and well kept. These changed how they played, as we went round the course, Due to it being a tad damp but dried as we set went round. The course is challenging but great to play. Never got rushed on & we had a great game overall.
Staff Friendliness Good
Pace of Play Good
Off-course amenities Good
Course Conditions Excellent
Value for the Money Good
Course Layout Excellent

Stay & Play Offers

$110 Starting price
Valid dates: Aug 13, 2018 - Dec 31, 2019
The Penn Ohio Golf Trail consists of courses mainly in Western PA and Northeast Ohio. What sets us apart is that we offer 29 different courses; including 4 private, members-only country clubs, 2 former LPGA courses, and many of the top courses in Ohio and Pennsylvania (including Pennsylvania’s #1 public course – Olde Stonewall). We offer 4 Mansions (for groups of 2 to 36), 10 hotels and customer service beyond any major resort. Our Mansions feature large common areas, pool tables, poker tables, big screen TV’s with the luxury of the entire group together in a large home setting.
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