Home of the 2020 Scottish Girls’ Open Championship

Office & Shop Opening Hours 2024

Monday – Friday

08.00 to 17.00


07.30 to 14.00


08.00 to 14.00

These hours may be subject to change.


Monday Bank Holidays Office & Shop opening hours 08.00-15.00

Gents Wednesday Medal. Office & Shop will open 30 minutes before first tee time.

If the Office is closed all green fees must be paid for prior to play at the bar.

Latest News

Greens Update

Winter Competition Update

Due to the continuing Scottish Government guidelines & regulations requiring the shop to stay closed the February rounds of the Heron Cup and the Winter Shotgun competition have been cancelled.

Ladies AGM

This year’s Ladies Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Powfoot Golf Club will be held on Sunday January 31st  2021 at 2.15pm. As previously advised current COVID-19 restrictions do not enable an in-person meeting and so this meeting will be held via Zoom.

Scottish Golf Update

Greens Committee Update


Please find details of the Association of James Braid Courses 2021.


The lounge refurbishment will include- Insulated ceiling New lighting Updated flooring Regards House Committee

AGM 2021 Proposal

Powfoot Golf Club AGM 2021 Dear Member As you are aware, the effects of COVID-19 are still very much with us and, unfortunately, we cannot hold the Club’s Annual General Meeting in its traditional format. The Committee have taken advice from Scottish Golf and we are proposing to hold the Club AGM virtually. The Club […]

Sudden Thaw Dynamics

The information below illustrates what happens to the course when we have a sudden thaw. The quick thaw makes the golf course susceptible to a phenomenon known as root shear.  The warmer weather will begin to thaw the ground from the top down, creating a soft surface with a frozen layer below. When the ground […]

Course Closed

The golf course will be closed Sunday 10 January 2021. The next inspection will take place at 8am Monday 11 January 2021. The overnight thaw has melted the top surface snow but the ground below remains frozen.