External Club Affiliations

Hilton Park Golf Club

The Western Baths Club members can enjoy the opportunity to make use of the excellent facilities at Hilton Park Golf Club.

HPGC is a scenic James Braid designed courses, offering some of the best golf in Scotland.Looking south over Glasgow and north to the Trossachs and Ben Lomond, it claims to be the best value 36 hole club in the area.

Access to HPGC is available to WBC members and to book a round simply contact our reception team who will make the booking for you.

Visit the Hilton Park website here

Western Health & Racquets Club

Western Health and Racquets Club have 6 all-weather tennis courts and an unrivalled range of programmes where you will have the chance to meet and play with lots of people of your own standard.


1. WBC members are permitted to book twice per week but only on weekdays until 4pm. WBC Junior members will also have access to 3 courts at Windyedge playing fields near Anniesland from now until the end of August. This is available on weekdays 6-9pm, Saturday 1-6pm and Sunday 11am-6pm. All WBC members signed up will have access to the online tennis booking system and access to 6 courts at Western plus the 3 artificial grass courts at Anniesland in the summer months.

2. WBC members can also book squash courts which is £2 for a 45 minute session. To book please contact Ian Campbell by emailing here to do so. Squash is also available to WBC junior members as well.

3. WBC members are allowed to play only with other WBC members or full Western Racquet Club members.

View the Western Health & Racquets Club web site here 

Drumsheugh Baths Club

WBC members can enjoy reciprocal use of the facilities at Drumsheugh Baths Club in Edinburgh.

Drumsheugh Baths Club is another fine example of a historic swimming pool and boasts an ‘intensely calm’ atmosphere.

It is perfectly placed to drop into before work, after work or just about anytime you feel so inclined.

No music. Nothing brash. Just the steady rhythm of swimming. A gym that delivers. Saunas that soothe.

This is another exceptional benefit to WBC membership.

View the Drumsheugh Baths Club website here 


West of Scotland Cricket Club

West of Scotland Cricket Club was founded in 1862 as a result of a meeting which took place at the then Clarence Hotel in George Square, Glasgow, between a group of local businessmen and players from the Clutha Cricket Club, who had used the northern part of Hamilton Crescent for matches prior to West’s inception.

One of the businessmen present was Colonel (later Sir) David Carrick Buchanan who became the first President of the Club and who continued in this role until his death in 1903. Sir David was devoted to the sport of cricket and was patron of a number of clubs, providing invaluable financial assistance to them.

The name, West of Scotland Cricket Club was coined by one John McNeill who was very ambitious for the Club, and who envisaged it becoming the MCC of Scotland. All-England Elevens were invited to the Club and other matches of a similar nature arranged, which included the first ever visit of an Australian team to Scotland in 1878.

West Of Scotland Cricket Club can be found in Partick. Members of WBC can enjoy use of the clubhouse and a partnership arrangement is in place to provide coaching opportunities to WBC members.

View the West of Scotland Cricket Club web site here

Willowbank Bowling Club

Ever fancied trying your hand at lawn bowls?

We support the bowing club with a small financial contribution each year to assist them to continue.  As a baths member you have the opportunity to try the facilities via open days or by request to see whether you would like to take up a membership of the bowling club.

View the Willowbank Bowling Club web site here

National Liberal Club, London

If visiting London our members can enjoy the excellent facilities at National Liberal Club.

Occupying a historic building overlooking the Thames, the National Liberal Club offers its members and guests an oasis of calm, comfort and elegance in the heart of Westminster.

WBC members will require a letter of introduction which can be arranged via Reception.

View the National Liberal Club website here