Aberfeldy Golf Club

Aberfeldy Golf Club, Central Scotland is an 18 hole, par 68 (5283 yard), private, parkland golf course established in 1895

Contact Information

Taybridge Road, Aberfeldy, Central Scotland, PH15 2BH United Kingdom

Tel: 01887 820535

Website: http://www.aberfeldy-golfclub.co.uk/

Contact/Secretary: The Secretary

Tee Time Information

Price Guide: £££
  • Midweek Guide: £25.00 per round *
  • Weekend Guide: £30.00 per round *

* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to booking.

Facilities & Visitor Information

Course Information: 18 holes | Par 68 | 5283 yards | Private | Parkland

Facilities: Golf clubs for hire, Golf buggies for hire, Changing rooms, Golf clubhouse, Bar, Food available, Available for functions, golf course.

Visitors: Three buggies, golf clubs and trollies available for hire

  • Societies Accepted to Play
  • Society Deals Available
  • Voucher Deals Available
  • 7 Day Membership Available
  • 5 Day Membership Available

Location: From Perth: Head north on the A9 for 19 miles then take the Aberfeldy turnoff at Ballinluig, follow the signs to Aberfeldy via the A827. Once you reach the town continue up the main street, through the square until you reach the traffic lights. Turn right at the traffic lights and down towards Wades Bridge. Turn right again just before Wades Bridge and the Clubhouse is on the left hand side of the road.

Designed by: Soutars

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Aberfeldy Golf Club Reviews & Information

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2.30 ... Overall Rating
2.56 ... The Course
2.44 ... Facilities/Serv.
2.78 ... VFM

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10 ratings from Golfshake members - Ranked out of 1932.

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What the club says: Situated in Perthshire, Aberfeldy Golf Club was founded in 1895 and, until 1995, was a 9 hole course which ran along the south bank of the River Tay. In 1993 the Club decided to extend the course to 18 holes. Aberfeldy is a very scenic, flat parkland course, suitable for all ages and levels of experience. However there are plenty challenges to overcome with several water hazards meandering through the course.

Most Helpful Review

A short course with small targets adding up to a good test of golf, but not the most challenging of courses.
General condition of the course was good but holes 10, 11 and 12 were wet after inclement weather the previous two days.
Overall quite an enjoyable game of golf by the River Tay.

(Round played: May 2012 - Score: 77 Handicap: 12.4) - May 21 2012

Golf Course Reviews for Aberfeldy Golf Club

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James M rated 2 out of 5 - May 13 2017

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James M rated 2 out of 5 - Sep 24 2016

Only 9 holes available other 9 were being worked on. Reasonable condition heavy rain fell overnight and the course was being cut for the weekend.
Arrived Thursday no catering Facilaties available and a honesty box was in operation.
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Darren A rated 3 out of 5 - Jul 22 2015

Nice round raining to start, for all the rain we had the course held up very well
Would recommend to play this course
(Round played: Jul 2015 - Score: 101 Handicap: )
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Hamish Rae rated 1 out of 5 - Oct 8 2014

Myself and two other single figure handicaps decided to take on the course in a Texas scramble format thinking it would prove an easy test. How wrong we were. The course takes advantage of its highland settings with regular water hazards and council houses providing an interesting out of bounds area. The irregularities of the greens kept us on our toes and its fair to say we didn't read a put all day. I particularly enjoyed how the yardage markers were well hidden and often incorrect. A personal highlight included crossing a footbridge that threatened to collapse under our weight. If I ever meet the course designer I will be sure to shake his hand following the lessons we were taught in subtlety. The £25 cost made my round at Muirfield for £10 feel incredibly overpriced.
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Henry W rated 1 out of 5 - Oct 8 2014

An absolute hidden gem in the Scottish Highlands, this course was one of the most challenging ones I have played this year, more difficult to plot my way than Muirfield. While many of the holes seem innocuous to the untrained eye, the pins are protected by some of the hardest greens in Scotland. Many of the greens were more mud than grass, others were in worse condition than your average semi rough, making getting the ball within a few feet quite the challenge. Allied to this were bunkers that hadn't seen a rake since the 1707 Act of Union and yardage markers that were often incorrect and regularly non existent. The absence of such new fangled additions made this a real return to the glory days of golf, before things like mowers got in the way. The clubhouse too was a delight; presumably a listed building, serving some of the finest local delicacies - do not rush off after your round. All this for only £25, need I say more.
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