The West Lothian Golf Club, founded in 1892, is often described as ‘the best golf course in the area’.
Originally established as a nine hole facility, the course was completely redesigned in the late 1970s over an area of 148 acres. The new course was opened in 1979 and comprises 18 testing holes of golf which, with the skills of our Course Development Team, ensures our members and guests are never without a wee change to keep them keen!
West Lothian Golf Club offers a challenging 6249 yards, par 71 course that demands a thoughtful approach from the tee and a variety of hazards require your full focus throughout your round.
The course offers fantastic views across Linlithgow to the south, the Trossachs to the north, and Ochil Hills form a striking backdrop with Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument and Kincardine Bridge to the fore. Looking east you will see uninterrupted views of the spectacular Forth Road and Rail Bridges and the Bass Rock beyond.
The club is situated only 15 minutes from Edinburgh Airport and 1 hour from Glasgow International Airport. Our central location is only 1 mile from Junction 3 on the M9.