Skelmorlie Golf Club
WINTER CLUBHOUSE OPENING HOURS – From Monday 2nd October
Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday – 12 Noon to 6pm
Thursday – Closed
Friday – 11am to 6pm
Saturday – 11am to 6pm
Sunday – 12 noon to 6pm
Please support the clubhouse and bar, and take the opportunity to use the facilities available when the clubhouse is open.
If a member of the committee is available they will try and provide access to the clubhouse lounge on closed days, but bar facilities will not be in operation, members should appreciate that this is a casual arrangement and cannot be guaranteed.
Should there be a need for additional hours for competition days or visiting parties, then this will be arranged as required.
Skelmorlie clubhouse can provide either hot or cold refreshments, including coffee, tea and a good range of bar drinks and light snacks, such as chocolate bars, nuts and crisps. The clubhouse has a cosy lounge area with wonderful views out across the Clyde to the islands, hills and mountains of Argyle and Bute. When the weather is fine, the balcony area is a great place to sit and take in the views whilst enjoying your drink and the surrounding scenery.
The clubhouse can also be hired out as an event venue, including birthday parties, anniversaries and even for weddings at a very reasonable cost – please enquire at the bar or directly to the club secretary for further details – email@example.com.
If your a local club or association and wish to make use of the clubhouse then please contact us to discuss your specific requirements.
Apologies on Behalf of Google
Unfortunately the Google street mapping team managed to snap a picture of our clubhouse after a bad storm caused some fairly severe damage to parts of our clubhouse – which subsequently required repairs. Despite numerous requests to Google to change imagery taken during this repair period, they still continue to automatically use it in their search engine results when users search for Skelmorlie Golf Club – this does not fairly represent the clubhouse in its current state and thus on behalf of Google we would like to apologise to our members and any potential visitors for this inappropriate image representation. Hopefully Google will eventually get around to updating it.