The Club was formed in 1994 and was built mainly by the kind voluntary work of some local Bridgend people on land which was formerly used for shale mining works. The Haughburn Course which we enjoy today officially opened in April 1999.
The course is a good test of your all round game, not to tiring although buggy hire is available if required. The course has fantastic views over the Forth Valley to the Ochil Hills.
In addition to the outdoor activities, there is also a fantastic golf simulator with extensive practice and training features as well as a wide range of golf courses from around the world.
After your round you can enjoy refreshments and choose from a varied menu provided in the Refinery Restaurant or in the surroundings of the John Bertram lounge.
The Lounge Bar is available to book for all of life's big events. Mini Highland games are great for your stag day and what better way to round it off than a game of golf or footgolf and a refreshing drink in the bar?
The course is open to the public every day, weather permitting, until 8pm.
For more information visit our website at https://bridgendgolfclub.com give Jimmy a call on 01506 834140 or 07977 142021.
The Village of Bridgend is situated just off the B9080 lying between the towns of Linlithgow to the west and Winchburgh to the east.
The golf course is well sign posted once the village is entered.
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