Now Available is a THREE MONTH MEMBERSHIP only £180


Play Golf at Skelmorlie Monday to Friday for only £180 for 3 Months

A Great Opportunity to Try the Course


checkout the Clubhouse.

Does not Include any of the Club Competitions

Limited to New Membership Enquiries Only

Please contact the club secretary for further details or to make your application – please email:


Skelmorlie Golf Club Membership Options for the Season 2018

20187 Membership Fees are now under Review.

The club will confirm its 2018 membership rates once reviewed.

The membership runs from the 1st February to the 31st January, with the actual official golfing season starting on the 1st March and running until the end of October.  However, the  course is open all year round and competitions are still available during the off season.

Please note that if you would prefer not to pay the membership fee in full , then you take advantage of credit options to spread the payments over a period of time – please contact our club secretary for further details.

SGC is a long established golf club with no joining fee, where you can meet other golfers, play unlimited golf on a great course virtually all year round, get and maintain a golf handicap and join us in the appropriate men’s, ladies and junior competitions the club runs.

Looking at this website will hopefully give you a good idea of the kind of club we are, and what we can offer, both on and off the golf course.

If you decide to apply for a membership at the club you can use the online form to make an application.

Short on Time Play Nine !

9 Hole Golf – New Handicap Valid Competition Format

NEW this year to Skelmorlie Golf Club, Scottish Golf  approved 9 Hole Medals’ with something to offer golfers of all standards in a shorter timescale. Two 9 hole courses have been rated by the SG and are ideal for obtaining and maintaining a handicap. This handicap can be used in Skelmorlie’s 18-hole stroke play competitions and those at other courses.  The intention is to play these competitions on a Sunday and mid-week on a Wednesday.

The format is a Stableford Points system. One course will be over 9 holes from the yellow tees. This is set up over 9 of the flattest holes on the course and ideal for beginners, those who wish some gentle exercise in the open air with a purpose and those wishing to build up some confidence before moving up a level.

The second 9 holes are set up over the white medal tees and are slightly more challenging. Ideal for those who have played before and would like to come back to golf and those of you who are short on time due to other commitments, but wish to play competition golf and maintain or get a handicap.

This is golf offered in a new less time consuming format, yet keeping alive the cut and thrust of medal play in a handicap competition. Come join us at Skelmorlie Golf Club in this new and exciting approach to handicap golf. 



Everyone is Welcome at Skelmorlie Golf Club...

Some of the benefits of being a member at Skelmorlie Golf Club is that all members can enjoy being part of a friendly club. In other words, a place that focuses on the membership and what they want from golf.

This club is managed by a small committee of elected and dedicated members who ensure that the memberships interests are served in the most effective manner, with an AGM being held every year and the opportunity for any member to fully participate in the running of the club if they so wish.

It’s always nice to feel you’re part of a club, with new members often mentioning how they are made to feel very welcome when they first arrive.   This is also a club where everyone enjoys equal rights – both ladies and men, and of course including the views of our popular junior section.  So regardless of your current skill level at golf, from complete novice through to scratch level or better, you will always be welcome at Skelmorlie Golf Club.

The club enjoys a very full competition calendar with many major golfing events and knock-outs proving popular with most members and with the course draining exceptionally well, it is rarely ever closed and trolleys can nearly always be used.  Indeed the course is usually open for play throughout the year on its summer greens, it is very common to find us still open and playable when others in the area have had to close because of bad weather conditions.

As a new member you can of course play for a handicap, if you do not already have one, and can then join with other members in playing the competitions, but if not then that is fine also.  It is very unusual for a club member to turn up, either during the day or in the summer evenings and to not be able to literally park and play, as and when they wish, especially outside competition periods.  The design of the course allows if quiet, for members to play short loops of holes rather then the full 18 holes, an option that often proves popular.  As a member of the club you can and are encouraged to bring visitors to the club to enjoy a round of golf and a visit to the bar, indeed you will receive a number of green fee guest reductions for that purpose.

The club also runs various social events both for the enjoyment of the members and to fundraise for various causes, these events are very popular and are a great way to meet lots of people.  All upcoming events will be well publicised on this website, with lots of relevant information well before they are due to take place.

Golfball Next to a Hole

We hope the attractive membership plans we offer will encourage you to come and join the club if your not already a member.  If you are a member, then thank you for continuing your membership.

Finally, we have a wonderful golf course for you to enjoy, and even if your game is a bit off, we would be very surprised if you did not at least enjoy the healthy exercise and the view, given the rather spectacular scenery.

In 2016 Skelmorlie Golf Club Celebrated 125 Years.