This 6200 yard, par 71 championship length course will challenge the best golfers whilst offering great enjoyment to the average player. Look forward to playing the challenging finishing holes 15 to 18. These consist of 2 long par 3′s, a demanding long par 4 and a par 5 which will test any golfer’s ability. Watch out for that ditch just in front of the seventeenth green!
James Braid designed the course in 1935 on the estate of Schawpark House where it has an extremely picturesque landscape and has gained much privacy from the mature tree-lined fairways.
Discounts of up to 20% per new member where more than 1 adult joins at the same time.
Pay a deposit of £200.00 and get immediate playing rights.
Balance payable by 15th March 2021.
Instalment facilities to pay the balance over 9 consecutive months from 1st January 2021 is available through Premium Credit
Other than Weekday Membership, all adult Members have full playing rights 7 days a week.
Weekday Members can play anytime Monday to Friday. There are no restrictions on playing in Open Competitions held at weekends.
Pay a minimum deposit of £200.00 and get immediate playing rights.
Payment of balance in accordance with payment schedule to be approved by Members at Annual General Meeting to be held in November 2020.
Instalments facilities to pay balance over 9 consecutive months from 1st January 2021 is available through Premium Credit
Alloa offers first class services and facilities for our guests and members, golfers and non-golfers. Facilities on offer include trolley hire, club hire, changing rooms, putting green, practice ground, pro shop and coaching clinics. We offer a warm welcome before and after a great days golf on our course.
Our bar offers a great place to relax and enjoy our extensive beverage selection while you tally up your score!
Our chef offers a variety of meals for you to enjoy in a peaceful setting looking out over the course.
The Pro Shop is one of the best stocked shops in the area and is sure to satisfy all your golfing and coaching needs.
Custom Fitting Service with Brian Leishman, our resident equipment expert and PGA Teaching Professional.
Whether you are thinking about purchasing a new set of irons, a new driver or just want your current clubs checked over to see if they suit you or not, each consultation lasts around 45 minutes. Brian will chat to you about your requirements, then put you and your clubs through your paces. Brian will use this information to determine the correct club specifications that you require to get the most from your golf.
The Pro Shop at Alloa Golf Club offers the latest in golfing equipment at affordable prices.
In addition it offers clothing, shoes, accessories and trolleys. The shop offers new and used clubs and PGA professional Brian Leishman is always on hand to offer advice on your next equipment purchase.
We have a good range of “Alloa Golf Club” branded clothing and merchandise and full colour Strokesaver / Yardage books are available.
The club have Golf Buggies available for hire (April – October) plus clubs and trolleys are also available for hire.
Club repair (grips/shafts) and shoe re-spiking services also available.
The estate of Schawpark House is situated in Sauchie – or ‘New’ Sauchie to be strictly correct.
Robert the Bruce granted the lands of Sauchie to Henry de Annand in 1321. Henry was the Sheriff of Clackmannan. A tower was built on the land in about 1335. The present tower was built before 1431 for Mary de Annand who married James Schaw of Greenock. A village grew up around the tower. Eventually the Schaw’s moved to a new house which stood in the grounds of the Golf Course. The ‘new’ village grew up just to the south of the Estate and became known as New Sauchie.
James Schaw was Comptroller to the King. The Schaws were one of the most influential families in medieval Scotland and were governors of Stirling Castle until the reign of James IV. The Sauchie estate passed to another branch of the Schaw family, who in 1700 built the mansion of Schawpark, and then in 1752 by the marriage of a daughter, Marion Schaw, to the Cathcart family. Old Sauchie House was still occupied, probably by tenants, until it was demolished around 1930. Schawpark was sold to the earls of Mansfield in 1826 and was eventually demolished in 1961.