Cochrane Castle Golf Club
Cochrane Castle Golf Club located in the town of Johnstone, Strathclyde is a mature parkland 18-hole course of length 6194 yards (5664m). The course was designed by Charlie Hunter and was established in 1895. Set within the Craigston area of Cochrane Castle the elevated views from the course provide scenic aspects towards Ben Lomond to the North, the Campsies to the East.
The Club has the recognition of being the home club of two of Scotland’s finest talents Great Britain and Ireland Walker Cup Representative and 1997 Open Silver Medal Winner Barclay Howard and European Tour Professional Dean Robertson. The challenging opening hole was renamed in 2009 as a permanent honour to Barclay Howard.
For more detailed information on the course please follow our useful links: