Blairbeth Golf Club
Fernbrae Avenue, Fernhill,
Rutherglen, Glasgow G73 4SF
Tel : +44(0) 141 634 3355

Visitors are welcome. Contact the club for details.

2 miles south of Rutherglen off Burnside Road on the right.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 11 Feb 1999.
Catering facilities.

Course Details

Course Name: Blairbeth Holes: 18 Yardage: 5518 SSS: 68
Blairbeth is a nice little quiet parkland course, with some interesting rolling fairways. The Course is well maintained and after the second challenging hole, presents a contest that surprises most golfers.

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews David Smith 05/01

    David Smith wrote on: Apr 30, 2001

    Played Blairbeth in May 2001. Really enjoyed it. Nice condition. After the first four holes, it opens out to a lovely course. Certainly will be back.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews D Campbell Hdcp 9 11/00

    D Campbell Hdcp 9 wrote on: Oct 31, 2000

    The location of this course is to say the least unusual! It is on the edge of Castlemilk (formally Europe's largest council housing scheme) onthe south side of Glasgow. This admittedly is the unattractive (in golfing terms), side of the course. But the elevation of the course allows the golfer extensive views of the city of Glasgow and beyond into
    the central Highlands.
    The course itself is very undulating and generally is not in great condition (due mainly to its location), but what it lacks in condition and location it makes up for in uniqueness, and a warm and genuinely friendly welcome.
    As you drive off at the first your heart will be in your mouth as your ball 'hangs' over the city for what seems like minutes (this happens to an extent on the 11th and 16th holes also). The 2nd hole has to be seen to be believed, a high drive is required up a 'grass cliff face', the climb up it certainly feels like you've climbed a mountain. Other
    >highlights are: the 4th, a mid iron par 3 to a green that slopes severely left; the 7th, a testing par 5, the 11th (especially from the medal tee), a very scary tee shot, and the 17th, a fiendish short par 3.
    It is a course that many visitors may pass by, but if you want to experience all aspects of Scottish and particularly Glasgow Golf it is well worth a visit.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews John McKay 11/98

    John McKay wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    Nice, quiet little course with some interesting rolling fairways. The course is well maintained and after the first two holes are out of the way presents some challenging beginner / intermediate golf.