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Local Golf Courses

Pitlochry golf club.jpgPitlochry Golf Club
This 18 hole par 69 with its spectacular views is fast becoming one of the finest inland golfing facilities in Scotland. The superb course which will test every element of your game has sweeping views of the Tummel Valley and is perfectly placed in the gateway to the highlands just over an hour’s drive from Scotland’s main cities.  The course is open to all and offers enjoyable play for the average and advanced players alike.

 

Murrayshal.jpgMurrayshall
The Murrayshall Estate is home to both  the Murrayshall and Lynedoch Golf Courses. Two very different eighteen hole courses but both provding  a hugely enjoyable challenge for members and visiting golfers alike. The courses meanders through tree lined fairways and undulating parkland and the white sand bunkers which are a feature of the Murrayshall course lie in waiting for the errant shot!

 

Dunkeld & Birnam Golf Club.jpgDunkeld and Birnam Golf Course
Dunkeld & Birnam Golf Club was originally founded in 1892 on a course designed by Old Tom Morris and is often regarded as one of the most picturesque in Perthshire. The original nine holes has a magnificent heathland setting and the new part is more parkland with rolling fairways and water features. Each hole has its own character and the course affords spectacular views over the glorious countryside and overlooks the historic Dunkeld Cathedral and Loch of the Lowes Nature Reserve, where the Osprey come to nest each Spring and can often be seen flying overhead. The course is always well prepared and presented, and boasts excellent greens. A warm welcome awaits you in our relaxing clubhouse with its first class facilities, bar and catering

 

Blairgowrie Rosemount.jpgBlairgowrie (Rosemount & Lansdowne) Golf Club
Designed by James Braid with influences from Dr. Alistair McKenzie ( the renowned architect of Augusta National )  With  its larger fairways and more undulating greens Rosemount is the more forgiving of the two courses but still  giving the golfer a testing but rewarding challenge. With  smaller greens than its older neighbour, The Lansdowne Championship Course  which was  designed by the respected partnership Peter Allis and Dave Thomas offers a more challenging game and is a pleasurable test for all levels of golfer.

 

Alyth Golf Club.jpgAlyth Golf Club
Alyth  is an 18-hole heathland course which was  established in 1894. The original 9 holes were designed by the master Old Tom Morris of St Andrews with James Braid completing the extension in 1934. The combination of tree lined fairways with its pines, silver birch and heather alongside the rolling terrain makes for a course that requires  a combination of precision and distance golf. 

 

Aberfeldy Golf Course.jpgAberfeldy Golf Club
Aberfeldy is an attractive parkland course laid out on both sides of the beautiful River Tay and is surrounded by beautiful hills and mountains.  The course is flat and is therefore suitable for all ages and levels of experience. The original course was only nine holes on the south side of the river but in 1995(the club’s centenary year)   it was extended to 18 with the additional  9 holes laid out on the north of the river.  The  Moness Burn runs through the course and has to be crossed four times - the biggest challenge you will face during your round.