Golf in Perthshire

By: Adam Smith | Tue 14 Sep 2010 | Comments ()


Perthshire is home to some of the finest inland golf courses in the world and with 40 to choose from … you'll be spoilt for choice!

Perthshire has a long golfing legacy, indeed it is ironic that James IV of Scotland, who tried to ban the game as it conflicted with archery practice, made the first recorded purchase of golfing equipment - a set of clubs from a Bow Maker in Perth in 1502!

This golfing heritage and recent course developments ensures that there is a wide range of options for golfers of all ages and abilities. Choose from scenic Highland layouts, idyllic parkland settings, world famous centres such as Gleneagles and Rosemount at Blairgowrie and many 'hidden gems' spread throughout the area. The main challenge won't be navigating your way successfully around the course, more keeping your eye on the ball amidst such stunning surroundings.

   1. Alyth
   2. Alyth - Glenisla
   3. Alyth - Strathmore Rannaleroch
   4. Blairgowrie - Rosemount
   5. Crieff - Ferntower
   6. Culcrieff Golf Course
   7. Dunkeld & Birnam
   8. Kenmore - Taymouth Castle
   9. Kinross - Montgomery Course
  10. Muckhart
  11. Perth - Craigie Hill
  12. Perth - Murrayshall
  13. Perth - North Inch
  14. Pitlochry
  15. Aberfeldy
  16. Auchterarder
  17. Blairgowrie - Lansdowne
  18. Gleneagles - King's
  19. Gleneagles - PGA Centenary
  20. Gleneagles - Queen's
  21. Kinross - Bruce Course
  22. Perth - King James VI (Island)
  23. Scone - Murrayshall Lynedoch
  24. Whitemoss
  25. Comrie
  26. Killin
  27. Dunning
  28. Spittal of Glenshee - Dalmunzie
  29. Muthill
  30. St Fillans
  31. Alyth - Strathmore Leitfie
  32. Blair Atholl
  33. Blairgowrie - Wee
  34. Crieff - Dornock
  35. By Crieff - Foulford Inn
  36. Gleneagles - Wee
  37. Kenmore
  38. Kinnesswood - Bishopshire
  39. Milnathort
  40. Strathtay


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Plan Your Next Round

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