The Fereneze clubhouse has undergone many changes over the years as the members continue to improve the facilities on offer. Capable of seating 100 guests for dinner in our main function lounge and up to 30 in our cosy small lounge we are proud of our catering reputation.

We are able to offer a comprehensive club menu in addition to our well-established event package. The staff will be happy to prepare menus of a bespoke nature ‘our specials board’ as well as the more conventional golf club cuisine. Flexibility is the name of the game and whilst the bar and society menus cover most eventualities they will be only too pleased to consider your specific requests.

Consider our clubhouse as a venue for your event - we can offer affordable facilities and excellent catering together with attentive service to ensure your occasion is a success. Call us on 0141 881 1519 to discuss your requirements.

We have a comfortable and quiet venue in a setting that will add that extra atmosphere to whatever event you are planning. Members and guests are able to relax and enjoy quality wine and beers at very acceptable club prices. Below are some examples of events we are able to offer:

  • Family and business lunches
  • Christenings and birthday parties
  • Engagements and anniversaries
  • Weddings (our speciality - see photos below)

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Club History

Established in 1904, the original course layout at Fereneze Golf Club was designed by Alexander Blair and James Cowan. Visitors often comment on the name Fereneze and wonder from where it originates but there is no clear answer. The book “The History of Paisley” by Robert Brown claims that Fereneze means Fir Ness, the promontory or Upland of Firs, while Robert Murray in his book “Annals of Barrhead” suggests that the name comes from the Old Chapel of Fernun or Fernun’s Chapel. Murray states that the Fereneze hill went for centuries unnamed but when the monks from Paisley Abbey crossed it they thought of it as Fernun’s Brae.

Another suggestion is that the monks came from Florence which in Italian is Firenze. However, it must be noted these are all theories and the correct answer to where the name Fereneze came from is not officially known.