Scotland is said to have invented golf and by following on with this history Scotland has some of the best and sometimes most challenging golf courses in the world. With the likes of Auchterarder & the world class Gleneagles golf clubs on our door step and St Andrews an easy drive away.

Distance: 5 mins by car

Gleneagles Hotel

Comprimising of 3, 18 hole courses. Enough to keep the enthusiastic golfer busy for a few days.

Distance: 8 mins by car

Auchterarder Golf Club

Based towards the centre of Auchterarder this golf course offers a brilliant 18 hole course that is a joy to play.

Distance: 1hr by car

St Andrews

St Andrews is home to the world famous old course as well as the new course and St Andrews only non links course, Duke's

Distance: 1hr by car

Carnoustie Links

Carnoustie's heritage is said to span back as far as 1560 with the game of Gowff was first mentioned in the parish records. Carnoustie now boasts 3 challenging yet rewarding links courses.

Distance: 20 mins by car

King James VI Golf Club Perth

Said to be the UKs only inland island golf course. Set on its very own island surrounded by the river Tay.

Distance: 20 mins by car

Stirling Golf Club

This club resently celebrated its 150th year. Well worth a visit and with some stunning views of Stirling Castle available as you play.