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WELCOME TO HILTON PARK GOLF CLUB

Set in beautiful rural surroundings just 10 miles from Glasgow, are two of the finest moorland golf courses in Scotland. The Hilton and Allander courses were designed in 1927 by seven times Open Champion James Braid and were home to Martin Laird in the years before he became a successful PGA tour player. The courses offer a distinctive and rewarding experience to both members and visitors.

In 2017 Hilton Park marked its 90th anniversary by committing to a new course development strategy incorporating a major tree management project and a significant investment in market leading green keeping equipment. New membership categories have also been introduced, offering more choice for different lifestyles.


Membership

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Visitors

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Professional

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Latest offers

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Latest news

Adult and Junior Open Sunday 9th September....enter here

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Stuart Smith's Junior Summer Golf Camps - get details

View the results from Championship day here....read more

Out and about on the courses, an update on our tree thinning project ...read more

" I love Hilton Park because there's never a day when you can't get onto the golf course. With two 18 hole courses, you're never waiting around to play. Both courses are superb in their own right, we are spoiled at HP " - C Campbell 2017
Read more testimonials here

Catering at the club

menus and catering hours can be viewed here

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Local rules


1. PREFERRED LIES – A ball lying on a closely mown area through the green may be lifted without penalty, and cleaned. Before lifting the ball, the player must mark its position. Having lifted the ball, the player must place it on a spot within six inches of and not nearer the hole than where it originally lay, that is not in a hazard and not on a putting green.

2. RELIEF FOR EMBEDDED BALL – Through the green, a ball that is embedded in its own pitch-mark in the ground may be lifted, without penalty, cleaned and dropped as near as possible to where it lay but not nearer the hole. The ball when dropped must first strike a part of the course through the green.

3. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF A BALL ON A PUTTING GREEN - Rules 18-2, 18-3 and 20-1 are modified as follows: When a player’s ball lies on the putting green, there is no penalty if the ball or ball-marker is accidentally moved by the player, his partner, his opponent, or any of their caddies or equipment. The moved ball or ball-marker must be replaced as provided in Rules 18-2, 18-3 and 20-1.
This Local Rule applies only when the player’s ball or ball-marker lies on the putting green and any movement is accidental.
Note: If it is determined that a player’s ball on the putting green was moved as a result of wind, water or some other natural cause such as the effects of gravity, the ball must be played as it lies from its new location. A ball-marker moved in such circumstances is replaced.

4. SEAMS OF TURF – Through the green, seams of cut turf (not the turf itself) are deemed to be ground under repair. However, interference by a seam with the player’s stance is deemed not to be, of itself, interference under Rule 25-1. If the ball lies in or touches the seam or the seam interferes with the area of intended swing, relief is available under Rule 25.1. All seams within the cut turf area are considered the same seam.

5. AERATION HOLES – On the putting green, a ball that comes to rest in or on an aeration hole may be placed at the nearest spot not nearer the hole that avoids the situation. On a closely mown area, through the green, a ball that comes to rest in or on an aeration hole may be lifted, without penalty, cleaned and dropped as near as possible to the spot where it lay but not nearer the hole. The ball when dropped must first strike a part of the course through the green.

6. ALLANDER 5TH HOLE – OUT OF BOUNDS - The area to the right of the 5th fairway, as defined by the white posts, is out of bounds.

Definitions:
Through the green – The whole of the course except: a) the teeing ground and putting green of the hole being played, and b) all hazards on the course.
Hazards – Any bunker or water hazard.


GOLF COUNCIL : 1st April 2018