Reform Curling Club is based at Greenacres Ice Rink, some 15 miles from Glasgow, with a current membership of 168. League games and a knockout competition are played at Greenacres, with an external knockout played at Braehead. Current and archived information can be found at www.reformclurling.com full information on the clubs activities. They can be contacted via the Contact page … Read More
Accommodation has been arranged at the Bowfield Hotel & Country Club, Howwood, (3.5km from club) and the Uplawmoor Hotel, Uplawmoor, (5km from club). The cost for bed and breakfast at these hotels is £37.50 per person per night (two people sharing a twin or double room). A supplement of £20.00 per person per night will apply for single occupancy. Single … Read More
Thank you for accepting our invitation to take part in the 2015 European Seniors Invitation Curling Championship. The Local Organising Committee at Greenacres Curling Club requests a deposit of £220 as confirmation of your entry by 10 August, 2015, with the balance of £200 being due on arrival at Greenacres. Please note that entry acceptance will only be confirmed upon … Read More
If you are new to curling or want to find out what Uplawmoor Curling Club has to offer with a view to joining, please visit the club website where you can find out all about them. They are one of the oldest clubs in the area, and one of the friendliest. So you are sure of a warm welcome regardless … Read More
22 teams from Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales entered the Tulloch Haggis weekend at Greenacres Curling Club. They made up two sections, one of 12 teams, the other 10. Over the day and evening of Saturday and Sunday morning the teams battled it out for their spots in the high, mid and low road semi-finals. And of course between sessions … Read More
Duntocher Ladies are presented with the 2014 Curlew Trophy by David Murdoch, Olympic Silver medalist.
The Balyarrow Trophy took place at Greenacres Curling Rink on the 19th October 2014. This was the second time it had played outside of Perth and it saw Bridge of Weir hosting the other four surviving clubs founded in 1846. Namely Strathendrick, St Andrews, Falkland and Haddington. The History of the Balyarrow Balyarrow pond sits on the ridge of high … Read More
Wheelchair users, coaches and assistants not already participating in the World Class Performance Programme or the Scottish Wheelchair Curling Association’s Spokes Programme are invited to attend an instructional camp on Sunday 4th September from 9.30am to 4pm at Greenacres Curling Rink. The Open Day will include both include “on-ice” and classroom sessions updating attendees on the latest technical and tactical … Read More