Drumpellier Course

The Course

Our Club was established in 1894 and designed by Willie Fernie, Drumpellier is one of Lanarkshire’s most popular courses.

Situated in the west end of Coatbridge just 8 miles east of Glasgow, Drumpellier is an undulating parkland course that has seen its fair share of well known amateur and professional golfers plot their way round.

James Braid the famous Scottish golfer and course architect also had a hand in sculpting some of the more characteristic holes in the mid 1930’s.

As a member at Drumpellier Golf Club, you’ll get access to our stunning country setting, our excellent buggy fleet and full clubhouse and pro shop facilities.

Hole by Hole

1. The Cricket
Sponsored by Melville Independent Plc
2. Mansion House
Sponsored by Stepping Stones Nursery
3. Col. Buchanan
Sponsored by Patersons Quarries
4. Millbrae
Sponsored by Kilbean Electrical Services
5. Quarry
Sponsored by Prime Build
6. Summit Wood
Sponsored by Scotcrest
7. White Gates
Sponsored by Buildbase
8. Westward Ho’
Sponsored by Paul Morgan Driving School
9. Ryefield
Sponsored by Impact Signs
10. Campsie View
Sponsored by Hollandhurst Garage
11. Heath’ ry Knowe
Sponsored by Malcolm Boyd
12. The Copse
Sponsored by Manheim Auctions
13. Canada Wood
Sponsored by Paul Morgan Driving School
14. Side Saddle
Sponsored by GMG Contracts
15. Colts yelt
Sponsored by DGP Materials Handling
16. Sand Pit
Sponsored by Scott & Co
17. Kittle Kink
Sponsored by Best Buds Florists
18. Carrick Hame
Sponsored by H K Pender

How to Find Us

Visit Drumpellier Golf Club today to get started.

Our golf course is located in an easy to reach location, just 8 miles east of Glasgow. Conveniently located at the west end of Coatbridge, you shouldn’t have any problems finding us on the map.

If you make a wrong turn or need any more information on our course or membership packages, don’t hesitate to get in touch. A member of the Drumpellier Golf Club team will be happy to get you set up in no time at all. We look forward to having you on our stunning 18-hole course.