About the Club
Described as "one of Scotland's foremost clubs
", Glenbervie is a parkland course set amidst mature trees with outstanding views of the Ochil Hills in central Scotland.
Glenbervie provides a testing golfing challenge to high and low handicap golfers alike.
Glenbervie, until recently, was home to the Scottish Region of the PGA. It has hosted the British Boy's Championship, the Scottish Professional Golfers Championship and has been used by the R&A for many years as a regional qualifying venue for the Open Championship. The 2005 Scottish Youths Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship was held at Glenbervie in June 2005.
Glenbervie Golf Club is located on the A9 between Falkirk and Stirling, approximately 1.5 miles north of Larbert.
Take M80/A80 from Glasgow towards Stirling. Bear left at junction 5 onto M876. Leave M876 at junction 2 and take first left at roundabout onto A9 towards Stirling. Follow A9 for approximately 0.5 miles. Glenbervie is on the right hand side.
Take M9 from Edinburgh towards Stirling. Bear left at junction 7 onto M876 towards Kincardine Bridge. At roundabout take 3rd turnoff onto A905 towards Grangemouth. At next roundabout take 2nd turnoff onto A88 towards Larbert/Stenhousemuir. Follow this road (through 3 roundabouts) for 3.5 miles. At 4th roundabout take 3rd turnoff onto A9 towards Stirling. Follow A9 for approximately 0.5 miles. Glenbervie is on the right hand side.
Follow A9 towards Falkirk. Glenbervie is on the left hand side of the road approximately 3 miles beyond Plean