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Eastwood Golf Club in Newton Mearns has been purchased for more than the asking price of £750,000.
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Dawn Renton
Published: 08:03 Friday 18 October 2019

Newton Mearns golf club sold for more than £750,000

Eastwood Golf Club in Newton Mearns has been purchased for more than the asking price of £750,000.

The Newton Mearns club declared itself insolvent and entered administration in May this year.

Farmland, a new housing estate and a refurbished pay-and-play golf course, were just some of the possible futures envisaged by potential bidders for the Par 70 course, whose club history dates back 1893.

Donald Yellowley, a partner in DM Hall’s Bridge of Allan office who oversaw the marketing process, said: “We were pleasantly surprised by the interest generated throughout the UK by this property even before the marketing process was fully under way.

“The top bidders have secured this long-established golfing establishment set in an attractive heathland location, with highly accessible road connections”.

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Published: 10:55 Friday 18 October 2019


Exclusive report suggests Eastwood Golf Club could reopen

Eastwood Gold Club could be brought back to life after being bought by unknown buyer.

According to bunkered.co.uk, the new owner is believed to be open to the possibility of the club being reopened.

A source told the popular golf magazine: “After entering into the bankruptcy process in May this year, the club and its assets were listed for sale, with offers invited on the basis of a going concern.

“One of those offers was accepted with the sale completed earlier this week and the new owner has not ruled out the possibility of re-opening the course and reforming the club.”

There is also the possibility of the land being used for housing or being reverted back to farmland.

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