About the club
The Dragon’s Tooth Golf Club is the independent club that plays from Woodlands Glencoe.
There are a number of benefits to joining;
- Social opportunities
- Maintain CONGU handicap
- GolfGuard Golf Insurance
If you are looking to book a round of golf, club hire etc. please do that directly with Woodlands Glencoe.
Becoming a member
There are two options for membership of The Dragons Tooth Golf Club.
- Club Only (£30)
- Earlybird Club & Course Membership (£345) – includes full golf membership at Woodlands Glencoe. For EarlyBird Membership, payment must be made before the 1st of April. Normal membership (£395) must be paid by 31st May each year.
Payment can be made by cheque or bank transfer. Please contact email@example.com to join.
Monthly medal (18 hole) – first Friday of each month
Monthly medal (18 hole) – first Saturday of each month.
9-hole Stableford – every Wednesday.
2001 – 2010 – Charles Young
2010 – Alan Milton
2011 – Alan Milton
2012 – Bill Bryce
2013 – Tom MacCallum
2014 – Graham Hayden
2015 – Graham Hayden
2016 – Carl Stubbs
2017 – Carl Stubbs
2018 – Carl Stubbs
2019 – John Ross
2020 – John Ross
2021 – Joe Newson*
2001 – 2010 – N/a
2010 – Maureen Robson
2011 – Catherine Ward
2012 – Catherine Ward
2013 – Mairi Doogan
2014 – Mairi Doogan
2015 – Mairi Doogan
2016 – Bridget Allen
2017 – Bridget Allen
2018 – Bridget Allen
2019 – Gina Hough
2020 – Gina Hough
2021 – Joe Newson*
* In 2020 all courses in the UK closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was agreed that the Club, in line with many others in the UK, should appoint 1 Captain who will act for both Men and Lady members.
Committee Members for the 2021 Season:
Captain – Joe Newson
Handicaps – Kim Topping, David Wilson
Secretary – David Rose
Juniors – John McNeil
Minutes Secretary – Judy Bingham
Greens Convenor – Roy Johnston
Treasurer – Terence Goodwin
Other Committee – Bridget Allen, Sheelagh Purdie
Shortly after the Golf Course was built by Ronnie McLauchlan in 2002 a number of golfers came together to form the Dragon’s Tooth Golf Club (DTGC). The name comes from the local name for the pointed mountain between the two Munros, which can been seen from the 4th and 5th fairways.
The aim of the Club is to enable its members to gain handicaps, enjoy club amenities and organise competitions.
In 2009 the Course was bought by the Young family, who asked the Club to support them in improving and growing the Course potential. The Leven Ladies Golf Club, which also used the Course, merged with the DTGC. The policy of the Club is that of equality and is pleased to have both ladies and men working on the Committee. A new constitution was drawn (accepted by members 30/4/10),
The first DTGC Open was held on the 25th September 2010, and is now held annually on the last weekend of July. This had to cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid pandemic. The Club continues to hold monthly medals and mid-week stableford competitions.
In 2013 the Course was extended from a 9-hole course to an 18 tee, 9-hole course. The Club organized the measurement and acceptance by the Scottish Golf Union (now Scottish Golf Limited), along with attaining official Standard Scratch Certificates from the SGU and SLGA (now combined as Scottish Golf Limited). In 2020 the Course reverted to a 9-hole course as originally designed
Junior Golf coaching for primary school children is an important part of the Club development, and we are always open to new members who wish to play golf. The Club continues to be a member of Scottish Golf Limited and Scottish Golf Limited – North.
In 2021 the Dragon’s Tooth Golf Course was rebranded as Woodlands Glencoe; This Club and the 4th hole retain “Dragon’s Tooth” within their respective names.
For more information about the Club please email us; firstname.lastname@example.org