Hawick Golf Club, the oldest golf club in the Borders, has been in existence since 1877.
Located on the picturesque Vertish Hill on the outskirts of Hawick, where the famous brands of cashmere garments of Peter Scott, Pringle, Lyle and Scott, are produced.
This old and well established golf club, lies in the beautiful borders of Scotland, with it’s rolling heather clad hills, and the Rivers Tweed, and Teviot, running through wooded valleys to the sea, along with centuries of history, castles, abbeys, and watchtowers.
Nick Faldo (who holds the professional course record of 64), Colin Montgomerie, and Tony Jacklin, are all honorary members.
New Members for 2015 Season
NEW members wishing to join Hawick Golf Club are being offered a great deal for the 2015 season.
For only £312 you can become a full member of the club. or for only £12 you can become a social member.
Please phone the Club Steward on 01450 372293 for more information, or download an application form on the club website.
Entry to Hawick Golf Club Opens
You can now enter any of Hawick Golf Club Opens online, please click on Events on the Navigation bar at the top, for the entry form that you require.
Hawick Golf Course
Course Name: Vertish Hill, Holes: 18, Yardage: 5933, SSS: 69
A winding hillside course with most holes providing spectacular views of the Border Hills. A number of long par 4’s and tricky bunkered par 3’s make it a good test of golf.
The “Vertish” with its subtle natural hazards, is a true test of a golfer’s ability, and offers the handicap player a few hours of enjoyment and, above all, the desire to “play it again”.
Just some of the spectacular views:
Hawick Golf Clubhouse was extensively refurbished in March 2011 and is now very comfortable with attractive dining rooms and lounges.
Bar and restaurant facilities are available throughout the golf season.
Visitors facilities include showers, changing rooms etc.
Buggies are available for hire.
From the South – A7 turn right up the hill after the first roundabout. Club is 1/2 mile along the road.
From the North – A7 through town turn left uphill before the small roundabout. Club is 1/2 mile along the road.