All the ladies who took part in the Crystal Vase Bonspiel - February 2016 - Photo by Hugh Stewart

Home to many of Scotland’s most famous curling clubs

The home rink of 2002 Olympic Champion skip Rhona Martin and a venue that hosts national and international competitions seasonally.

With six lanes of ice, 48 curlers can play at one time, while the hire of curling shoes, brushes and expert coaching is always available.


Tulloch Haggis Bonspiel High Road Winners - Ken Horton, Liz Horton, Dot Moran and David Ramsay

Tulloch Haggis Bonspiel High Road Winners – Ken Horton, Liz Horton, Dot Moran and David Ramsay


Welcome

Curling is one of Scotland’s growing sports and a most enjoyable way to get your exercise and meet new people at the same time. Greenacres Curling offers a world class venue and is open to all. Come and meet us. The club offers excellent facilities as you will see from this site and the sport is accessible to young and older alike. Disabled people are totally catered for with the latest in assistance.

With six lanes of ice, 48 curlers can play at one time, while the hire of curling shoes, brushes and expert coaching is always available.

National Masters Men’s Curling Championship Qualifiers

The National Masters Men’s Curling Championship Qualifiers took pace on Tuesday 10th November at Greenacres Curling Rink. Thirty teams took part competing across six sections with the top two in each securing their place at the National Masters Curling Championship in February 2016.

The National Masters Curling Championships is an annual event open to curlers over the age of 60 bringing together the best teams from across Scotland to compete for the national men’s and women’s masters titles.

There are no qualifiers for the women’s event with 12 women’s teams already confirmed for the National Masters at Greenacres from 4-7 February 2016. They will be joined by the twelve qualified men’s teams from this week.

See the results at click National Men’s Masters Qualifiers

A Souvenir of the 8th European Senior Invitation Curling Championships

Congratulations to our champions and thanks to all who took part in the success of this year’s championships.

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Location

Welcome to Greenacres Curling Rink

Situated in the heart of Scotland, just SW of Paisley the ancient origin of the Roarin’ Game, and within line of sight of Ailsa Craig, source of the granite from which curling stones are made, were are within 20 mins of Glasgow and Prestwick Airports.

Universally known as ‘the Friendly Rink’ – we bid you welcome!

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Tradition

Home to Scotland's largest curling club - The Reform Club

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Coaching and Young Curlers

Top coaching is always on hand and Greenacres has a warm welcome for school groups and teams of young curlers.

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Accessible sport

Greenacres curling rink has undergone extensive developments to make the facility fully accessible for wheelchair users.