Langlands Golf Course
Langlands Golf Club
Langlands Golf Course
Latest update - Tuesday 13th November 2018
Annual General Meeting
The club AGM takes place on Thursday 31st January 2019 at 7.00pm.
Any member wishing to join the Committee of management can add their name (along with their proposer and seconder) to the proposal sheet at the clubhouse bar.
The next Committee Meeting takes place on Monday 21st January 2019 at 7.00pm.
Childrens' Christmas Party
Our Children's Christmas Party takes place on Saturday 15th December from 2-4pm.
£5 per child, please also bring along a present for each child attending.
Live entertainment, food, party games and a Santa visit. Should be great fun!
Dougie Borland - Just Giving
To celebrate turning 50 in November, Dougie Borland is looking to raise funds for Charity, and has set up a Just Giving page.
Please take the time tohave a look, all donations are very welcome. Well done Dougie.
HOGMANAY PARTY AT LANGLANDS!
See in 2019 with us, a fantastic night is ahead with live music from the amazing Wee Guy Harvey Band, buffet and drinks licence until 4am! Tickets are £15 each, with kids going free. Hope you can join us.
Course Convenor update - September 2018
Clubhouse Opening Hours
Please note the revised clubhouse opening hours with effect from 24th September:
Wednesdays & Fridays - 11.00am - 6pm
Saturdays & Sundays - 7am - dusk
Closed - Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays
Clubhouse access will be available via designated keyholders on any day that we are closed, please contact Tommy McDermott with any enquiries.
Plantation areas on course
The blue and white staked areas at holes 4,5,8 and 18 are classed as plantations areas. Should your ball come to rest in one of these areas you are required to take full relief without penalty, at the nearest point not nearer the hole.
There are also several new plantations of willow trees on the course. Free relief at the nearest point not nearer the hole should also be taken from these spots.
Thanks to Steven Wright for alerting us to the recently published article on the BBC website:
The article details newly-digitised photographs of rural Scotland in the 1970's and early 80's which have been released by Historic Environment Scotland.
The images were initially gathered by The Scottish Countryside Commission and during a survey of C-listed buildings. The full collection is available to view at Canmore.org.uk.
Included are some pictures of the old Langlands clubhouse in the days when it was a farmhouse. If anyone has other old pictures of Langlands we will display them here if you send them to us via the club email address: