11 reviews of Windyhill Golf Club
Good course . Best in the area. However too many older members are not so welcoming as is the bar staff.
Played Windyhill in May 2013 with a large group. Fortunately we also had a member with us for some local knowledge.
There are some tricky drives here with slopes and climbs everywhere. The greens were in spectacular form. Very true and at a quick pace.
Some of the views, especially from the 15th and 16th are fantastic and worth the green fee alone.
Played windyhill today and I must say great course really in good shape,found it very challaging and have to know what shots ur playing because it can leave u in trouble if u dnt get right.. Defo b back to play it.. Brilliant course!!!!
Well, goodness gracious!!!!! What a course! I played Windyhill this week and I can honestly say, that it is the best conditioned course I have played all year. The greens were true and fast, the fairways were in great shape and I have never seen such awesome views!
I found it to be challenging but not excessively difficult, the members were freindly and the catering was brilliant. Coming from a course which is an Open Championship Qualifying venue, I have to say that it was better than my home course which is a difficult thing to say.
I will definately be applying for a number of their opens and will be making a point of visiting this course on a regular basis. It was the perfect game of golf and day out. I think I may have found my new favourite course.
I played this course with my daughter. We both enjoyed the course. It was both challenging and scenic. It lived up to its name, Windy Hill. It was warm and windy when we played it. There are some long up-hill walks and you should be in decent shape to walk this course. It had some challenging holes, especially the 12th. But they were all very fair. The members were very friendly and went out of their way to talk to us. If I ever get back to Scotland I would love to play the course again.After the round we went to the clubhouse. I was wearing tennis shoes and even though tennis shoes are not allowed in the club house, they waived the rule and invited us in. If you get a chance to play here, do so, you won't be disappointed.
Best course in the glasgow area by a long way. very tough and challenging but always fair(apart from 12th!!)
Is in top quality condition all year round and is a must if you are in glasgow and surrounding area.
Windyhill is a superb test of golf for all abilities, the person who commented this is the worst course ..etc, is clearly not a half decent golfer who would appreciate the very testing holes on this great layout, the 6th,7th, 9th and especially the 12th are the hardest tests pf par I have ever come across. The 9th called perfection speaks for itself and the 12th Rocky Gait at par 4 (or sometimes even pretending it is a par 5) is near to impossible, the chances of getting on the dance floor here in 2 shots are nil.
The views from the course are spectacular and any one who has reached the top of cardiac hill (15th Tee) cannot help but be impressed with the view. Great course play it if you get a chance.
To the person below that feels this is the worst course he has ever played, you are a lucky man to have played only better courses than this. Perhaps you should prepare a report on Little hill!! I have played this course several times and have found it challenging, frustrating and tiring, but always worth the visit. Many of my family are members and I look forward to playing again in the near future.
This course is very challenging and is located on an area with panoramic\r\nviews of Glasgow and the Clyde Valley. It has a lot of very interesting\r\nholes with some in Rocky terrain and the twelth "Rocky Gate"has to be\r\nseen and played.\r\nI noted that women's champion Janice Moodie from the Curtis Cup of\r\n1994 & 1996 is an Honary Member of this club.
A great course; rather hilly, especially the back nine, but well worth the effort
I played on the Windy Hill course two years ago and had a delightful time. My brother James Davidson is a member and my nephew Allan Davidson also plays there. Please pass this on to them, if you would be so kind. Perhaps through the club Captain. I hope to play there again in the near future as I was born in Glasgow and now reside in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
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