Calderbraes Golf Club
57 Roundknowe Road,
Uddingston, Lanarkshire G71 7TS
Tel : +44(0) 1698 81 3425

Start of M74

Course Details

Course Name: Calderbraes Holes: 9 Yardage: 5046 SSS: 67

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  • Calderbraes

    Burkey wrote on: Aug 11, 2009

    I think I seen your friend in the wheelchair last week when I was up, does he like to wear a batman costume when he plays? He was on fire that day too, he was knocking them in from all angles! Do you think god just feels sorry for him because he's in a wheelchair?..........And yes Calderbraes is p1sh.I only play there because I fancy the wee burd that works in the bar..........


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    Martin wrote on: Aug 10, 2009

    I recently had the mis-fortune of having to fork out £5's to play this dump. The course has clearly been loosely built on farmers fields, at one point we even had to let a passing herd of cows clear the fairway before we could play up. This club charges £500 for a years membership and you'd have to be a complete mug to join, the guy in my work who took me there can be excused however as he has learning difficulties, even he shot an 82 from his wheelchair!


      • RE: Calderbraes

        John Duffy wrote on: Apr 23, 2010

        Obviously you have no knowledge of golf


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    S.Grant wrote on: Jun 15, 2007

    calderbraes golf club is perhaps the most challenging course in the area and by far the easiest on the eye.
    this 9 hole course is at parts very hilly so quite deceptive and often decieves with yardage on uphill lies.
    there are very few "flat spots" on this course and the ball is usually beneath or above your feet making some shots especially tricky,so bring your A-game to tame this one.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ian Patterson 08/01

    Ian Patterson wrote on: Jul 31, 2001

    To talk of signature holes would be difficult, as every hole has its very own set of challenges and charms lying in wait to punish or reward even the most accomplished of players. Proper attention and care to every aspect of your game is required. You have been warned!
    At a push, there are two holes that are personal favourites.
    The 4th,a demanding 434 yard, par 4, which gives you a chance to open your shoulders up off the tee, leaving a demanding, blind approach to an elevated green, with O.O.B, 5 yds right and 10 yds left. A belter!
    The 7th, 228 yard, par 3 is a joy to look at as well as play, with its elevated tee looking down on the postage stamp green.
    A real cracker, requiring lots of thought and strategies plenty to come up trumps here.
    I decided to write about this course because I've found that 9-hole courses are almost always overlooked or dismissed as non-contests.
    Calderbraes is an exceptional challenge to every level of player, which will leave you with tall tale to tell of your hole-in-one at the picturesque 7th! If you are lucky!
    Calderbraes holds almost all the qualities that most golfers, regardless of standard, look for. It will challenge the best of games, is very easy on eye and will not only bring every aspect of your game into play; it will actually improve your game. So make the effort and play one of the most demanding and enjoyable 9-hole courses anywhere.
    You will not go home without a smile on your face after playing this terrific course.