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Club Champion's Note

"From the Tiger tee, it is key to carry the water hazard without hitting too long a fade shot that leaves you blocked by the trees on the right.  Long and left middle of the fairway in preferred to reduce the requirements on the second shot."
Moor Yett Number 1 Tiger Tee is sponsored by the Urquhart Opticians
At Urquharts, our mission is to make a difference to people’s lives by helping them to see more clearly. We want to create meaningful relationships with our clients, to remain proudly independent and to show responsibility towards our team, clients and community.


Club Champion's Note

"Whether you play from the Tiger tee, or the ordinary tee, an accurate tee shot is required. Longer hitters should use an iron to play short of the humps in the middle of the fairway. Then a challenging approach to a narrow green front to back - best to take a club more than you think as it's all uphill."
Moor Yett Number 1 sponsored by the Levitus family
As longstanding members of the Club, the Levitus family are proud to sponsor the challenging opening hole. Raymond was one of the early members of the club back in the 1950s and can still be seen several times a week racing up and down the fairways on his buggy! His name features prominently on the trophy boards in the Bonnyton "Hallway of Fame", including Club Champion in 1975. Lagging well behind, but still making a few appearances on the trophy boards, are Susan and David who will hopefully manage to add a few more trophies to the Levitus tally! They wish Bonnyton all the best for the future.

Club Champion's Note
"A tee shot drifting right can catch the burn - anything left is sure to see you restricted by a tree - position your tee shot below the hill middle to left of centre. Approach shot to a plateau green with bunkers positioned on LHS ready to catch anything pulled slightly left of centre and front right to pick up a stray push. Be sure to take enough club as anything coming up front left of the green may well come back down the slope leaving a difficult pitch back up the green."

Hole Sponsor 2 / Claphams Solicitors, Clarkston
Established in 1984 by our consultant David C Clapham, the Firm is one of Glasgow’s only female partner-led firms specialising in powers of attorney, residential and commercial conveyancing, divorce and family law, wills and executries, and guardianship
Debra Clapham, Partner, Claphams Solicitors, Busby Road, Clarkston Glasgow G76 7RA
t. 0141 620 0800 m. 0771 229 8150


Club Champion's Note
"A short hole but with a severe 2 tier green requiring an accurate distance control approach to ensure a birdie opportunity. Best drive is left of centre avoiding the fairway bunker."
Hole Sponsor 3 / The Country Shop Family Butchers
Get yourself down to The Country Shop today for some lovely cooked meats and own made pastries.
225 Clarkston Rd · 0141 633 1121 / 64 Busby Rd · 0141 638 1053


Club Champion's Note
"A well-bunkered short par 3 with a ridge running up the middle of the green. Make sure you are on the correct side of the ridge or you face a difficult putt - the green slopes from back to front and if you're behind the pin you can leave a very fast putt."

Hole Sponsor 4 / Ecolighting Systems

Ecolighting Systems was established in 2011 and offers consultation, advise and products for Industrial and Hazardous area fixed and portable lighting. Our markets include Distilling, Food production, Oil and gas, Energy and transportation, Ports and harbours / marine. Some of our many clients include Chivas, Diageo, Edrington Group, Total and Shell. We have been involved in a number of prestigious projects from new distilleries, bottling halls, bonded warehousing, to jetties and docksides and Energy from Waste plants. We can offer lighting design and control packages and our products are suitable for the harshest of environments ….. even Bonnyton!

For more information contact Simon Taylor on 0141 270 8055 or visit or website


Club Champion's Note
"Road Hole - as it says, the out of bounds runs all the way down the left hand side of this par 5 - drive should be on line with the marker pole or even slightly right of this. The longer hitter can go for the green with their 2nd shot or for most, a sensible lay up short of the double bunkers leaves a 100 yard approach to a long green. If you miss to the right you face a difficult up and down from a steep hollow."
Hole Sponsor 5 / D2 Corporate Solutions

We are an independent specialist commercial insurance broker. Why not let us review your insurance programme and build you one that works. We have a committed team of industry experts who have the expertise to respond quickly to any customer requirement. Our aim is to provide quality, cost-effective insurance backed up by a reliable and highly professional service.

T: 0141 560 8022 E: W:


Club Champion's Note
"Another par 5 - straight away - best to keep to the right half of the fairway as a long drive can be blocked out up the left by an outcrop of trees. A generous green with some strong breaks. Bunker on left hand side of the green will catch any pulled approach shots and a large bunker front right will catch the bail out approach."
Hole Sponsor 6 / Graeme Gorrie Marketing Consultancy Ltd

Graeme Gorrie (FCIM)
Marketing Consultant | SEO | PPC | Web Developer | Social Media | Graphic & Video Designer | Email Management | Marketing Strategy

For more information contact Graeme on 07340628115 or visit or website


Club Champion's Note
"One of the best driving holes on the course - accuracy is at a premium. Any drive down the left will normally result in you being blocked out from sight of the green and a drive leaking right will normally run into the trees which run for 280 yards. A hidden ditch guards the approach to this small green approx 15 yards before the putting surface."
Hole Sponsor 7 / Eddie Goldberg

Specialist in sourcing promotional items for the drink trade.
Exclusive supplier of unique artificial lawn products.

For more information contact Eddie on LinkedIn


Club Champion's Note
"Stroke index 1 - a long 2 hits up the hill to an elevated green which is well-bunkered front left and right. The short line is up the left of the fairway but you may find yourself in semi-rough. Too far right and you will have line of sight blocked by large trees. A 4 is always a good score here."
Hole Sponsor 8 / Gordon Cooley Coachbuilders

At Gordon Cooley Coachbuilders we have been steadily building business since 1978 and today we offer an exceptional level of service to both light commercial and private vehicles in and around the Glasgow area. We, at Gordon Cooley, only want the best for our customers and are always reinvesting in modern technology and the best training for our personnel so our clients can be guaranteed a high standard of service from our body shop.

For more information contact E: T:0141 638 8094

Club Champion's Note
"A well laid out par 3 with a ditch in the hollow 20 yards before the green to catch that miss hit. Well-bunkered green which runs some 30 yards front to back. Good club selection is vital."
Hole Sponsor 9 / RBR Supplies
As a family-run distributor since its formation in 1997, RBR Supplies has endeavoured to provide a first-class service to all our customers. Based in the West of Scotland, we supply to a variety of commercial business including catering, bar and leisure sectors. Although the focus of our product portfolio is on cleaning chemicals, we accommodate a full range of janitorial items, bar sundries, hygiene equipment and paper as well as crockery, cutlery and glassware.

David and Adam Barnett, RBR Supplies. East Kilbride G74 5HG t. 01355 244344

Club Champion's Note
"Some of the best views on the course welcome you as walk down this majestic par 5. The drive requires you to keep to the left of centre to avoid running into the thick rough to the right. Your second shot requires you to avoid 2 well positioned bunkers which gather up any straying shot to the right. It's all there in front of you to see."
Hole Sponsor 10 / Grand Lodges / Exclusi Veranda
A number of years ago several senior solicitor clients asked Richard Scott to help them work “properly” from home. This included sourcing the actual Home / Garden Office buildings in addition to the technology (and other items) inside. Being the son of a building contractor Richard’s other vocational aspirations (other than playing up front for Olympique Marseille) started to be realised. Prior to gaining a Degree in Business Law & Accountancy he wanted to be working on building sites and the like - as this was something that he had done on school and university holidays for many years. From there grew Grand Lodges (and Exclusi Veranda) and not just Garden Offices.

Visit  - "From the grandest of lodges to lodges at a grand" AND - "Bring the outdoors indoors". Preferential terms for Bonnyton Golf Club Members (Please Quote BGC 10)

Club Champion's Note
"A tricky dog-leg requires either a sensible drive towards the marker pole or the long hitters can try and cut the corner to gain those few extra yards - however, you will find yourself in semi-rough should you take this route. The approach requires good selection into this long green which again has well- positioned bunkers both sides - too long and there is a steep drop behind the green."
Hole Sponsor 11 / Doing it for Daniel

Doing it for Daniel Foundation provides financial assistance for children and young people with a cancer diagnosis at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow and The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre by funding special gifts, experiences, days and holidays. We treat each application individually and support children in whatever way we can. We also support brain tumour research, particularly focusing on the childhood brain cancer DIPG.

Contact / 07540643991


Club Champion's Note
"A testing par three with 2 halves to this green - the bowl to the left with a steep bank at the back and the raised section to the right. You must be on the right side of the green with your tee shot. 3 large bunkers are there to catch you short and to the right."
Hole Sponsor 12 / G & R Bennett Properties Limited

G & R Bennett Properties Limited
Estate Management Services in East Kilbride

7  Law Place,  Nerston Industrial Estate,  Glasgow,  Glasgow,  G74 4QL
Tel: 01924 640 220


Club Champion's Note
"A short par 4 from a raised tee - if the wind's behind you can go for glory and try and drive this small, well protected, green. If not, a straight drive into the middle of the fairway leaves an approach shot requiring a good touch to hold the green."
Hole Sponsor 13 / Alan Barnett's Hole in One Challenge

Alan Barnett's Hole in One Challenge, if you get a hole in 1 call 07738004392!


Club Champion's Note
"One of the best par 3s you will ever play - uphill tee shot to a long and very narrow green with a steep slope off to the right and a difficult run off to the left. If the pin is on the bottom it can play harder even though it is 2 clubs less than if the pin was at the back - a 3 can often feel like a birdie."
Hole Sponsor 14 / Auxilium IT Consultancy
Auxilium IT Consultancy are a Glasgow based technology company specialising in delivering IT services to Small, Medium and Enterprise businesses. Auxilium ITC use the latest innovation in technology to deliver a superior service to their clients allowing them to focus on what they do best. Alyn Peden Auxilium Consultancy Challenge House, 29 Canal Street Glasgow G4 0AD t. 0141 530 9460 e.


Club Champion's Note
"Downhill par 4 - short but with well-positioned fairway bunkers both left and right. Best to hit your drive to the right of centre if you can carry 220 yards. The approach is to a well-guarded green which is probably the smallest on the course. A hole you think you should be picking up a birdie but so often you can walk off with 5 or more."
Hole Sponsor 15 / La Vita

We have reached every corner of Glasgow with the biggest and best La Vita to date. Barrachnie will be welcoming next level Italian dining, incorporating our favourite aspects of each restaurant in to one.

For more information website


Club Champion's Note
"A testing par 5. A large lake lies approx. 240 yards up the fairway and a drive heading towards the left hand marker pole will more often than not run into it. A fade is the desired shot. The gap between the lake and the start of the burn on the right hand side is only about 25 yards wide - be careful. The reward for a good drive is a chance to go for the green in 2 but another burn lies 60 yards short of an elevated green ready to catch any mis-hit 2nd. Best to lay up 200 yards, hit another 200 yard shot onto the plateau and give yourself a 90 - 100 yard approach. The green again is in 2 halves. Anything coming up short will suffer a long run off back down the slope resulting in a difficult pitch."
Hole Sponsor 16 / Wedge Traffic

Online media for regulated US entertainment brands. For more info contact

Club Champion's Note
"A super par 4 with 2 options off the tee depending on the wind. A wide ditch runs across this fairway approx 230 yards from the tee - if in doubt, lay up short. The approach shot requires both accuracy and good clubbing. You have to avoid the large bunker on the left hand side that cuts into the green. A well judged approach will be rewarded with a good birdie opportunity as the ball is gathered towards the hole from left to right."
Hole Sponsor 17 / Fab24
Fab 24 Ltd have been supplying architectural facades & building envelope solutions for almost 30 years and remain at the forefront of our manufacturing sector by continual investment in plant, machinery and people.  Servicing UK wide, we are best known for our product design, quality and unrivalled service.  Units 1-4 Drumoyne Industrial Estate,326 Drumoyne Road Glasgow G51 4DX

Ryan MCConnell - Sales and Marketing Main: 0141 810 5656 Mob: 07787425790


Club Champion's Note
"A blind 18th means there is no rest on this short but testing course. Short line off the tee is left of centre - you will end up in semi-rough but it's not too thick - anything to the right will either stay on the slope leaving you a difficult stance with the ball above your feet or it will run down into the semi rough. The approach will be blind unless you have driven the ball 280 yards. With a large slope to the front right you can get a generous kick onto the green but don't rely on this. Pick a tree behind the green and aim for that. Keep to the right of centre of the green as everything runs off to the left to waiting bunkers."
Hole Sponsor 18 / Satelliet UK

Satelliet UK contract furniture is designed with the hospitality industry in mind.  Our contract furniture allows for more efficient space use, whilst delivering a sleek, stylish design that will bring a touch of class to your hospitality venue.  Our broad range of styles and trends makes our contract furniture the perfect fit for your hospitality venue.  All our furniture undergoes stability, durability, and weight testing to meet commercial grade standards and is expertly made to conform to all UK fire and safety regulations.
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