Aberfeldy Golf Club was founded in 1895 and, until 1995 was a nine hole course which ran along the south bank of the River Tay. In 1993 the Club decided to extend the course to 18 holes. In order to do this a bridge had to be built across the river and, almost a century to the day that the course originally opened, the new course was opened to the members and the public. The new course runs on either side of the River Tay and has the unique attraction of allowing players to cross the historic river via its own private bridge, which is listed in the Guinness Book of Records.
Blair Atholl is a wonderful little course right in the heart of some beautiful Scottish countryside and not far from the gateway to the Highlands. Inland and flat, this parkland nine hole course was established back in 1896 and offers a memorable round of golf in wondrous surroundings.
Established in 1992 at Mains of Taymouth, this is a testing 9 hole golf course set in the heart of Highland Perthshire. The quality, mildly undulating layout provides an excellent venue amidst magnificent scenery. Highland golf at its best and most scenically specially.
The course is laid out through a mature parkland setting. There are gentle slopes, enough to provide an interesting challenge, but not so steep as to require crampons! There are water features to add to your enjoyment and well designed bunkers to catch out the unwary. Keep it straight, stay out of the rough and don’t push too hard and you will have a good day.
Pitlochry Golf Course has been labelled “The Switzerland of Scotland”, “as supplying great, invigorating golf in the shadow of the Grampians”, and “having champagne air and entrancing scenery”.