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The Four Seasons Hotel has provided, below, a brief description of the local golf courses in Perthshire, Scotland.

These include the world class golf course at Gleneagles as well as a number of other well known courses which offer some of the most beautiful views in Scotland.

Please check out our golf holiday Scotland breaks or telephone reception on +44 (0) 1764 685333 for further details.

Golf Course Information


18 holes, 5204 yds. Par 66.
Built on the side of a hill and recently extended, it provides testing golf with views of Menteith Hills and Ben Lomond. Here it helps to have one leg longer that the other!

  • Practice area
  • Full catering and Bar facilities


18 holes, 5466 yds. Par 66.
Typical country course with a mixture of short and long holes set in pleasant countryside.

  • Practice area and caddy cars
  • Catering and Bar facilities all day during season.


9 holes, 2407 yds. Par 64.
Lying at the foot of the Ochil Hills, this is a wooded hillside course with a reputation for fast greens.

  • Practice area
  • Limited light snacks available


18 holes, 5778 yds. Par 68.
Not to be outshone by its illustrious neighbour. It provides golf for the holiday maker and is less expensive than Gleneagles.

  • Practice area, caddy cars and professional shop
  • Bar and Bar Meals
  • Golf Societies welcome


Rosemount – 18 holes, 6588 yds. Par 72.
Lansdowne – 18 holes, 6802yds. Par 72.
Wee Course – 2327 yds. Par 64.

Rosemount, the older course by James Baird and the newer lengthier, more testing Lansdowne are fine heath courses lined with pines, silver birch, heather and gorse. Both demand certain accuracy off the tee. Don’t miss the Wee course.

  • Caddy Cars
  • Clubs for hire
  • Full Catering and bar Facilities

Bridge of Allan

9 hole, 5811 yds. Par 68.
Looking down over the town, the course is an attractive, hilly course full of interesting lies and colourful views.

  • Practice area
  • Bar and light snacks
  • No visitors on Sat


18 holes, 5l25yds. Par 66.
18 holes with a good mixture of lengths including the well known “Avenue”, a tree shrouded hole spoiler of many good scores!

  • Caddy cars
  • Practice area
  • Full catering and bar facilities.


9 holes, 5962 yds. Par 69.
Rural golf with entertaining and well placed greens, look out for the sheep! Popular course.

  • Practice area
  • Caddy cars
  • Light snacks available


Ferntower Course – 18 holes, 6402 yds. Par 71.
Dornoch Course – 9 holes, 2386 yds. Par 63.

Two courses available for play, set above the town surrounded by trees and rolling parkland. Slicing not recommended!

  • Practice areas, buggies, caddy cars
  • Restaurant, Bar and Bar Meals available
  • Another Professional shop in Crieff handicap certificates required
  • Booking is advisable, as this is a very popular course
  • Good Professional shop

Crieff Hydro Golf Centre

Culcrieff Course – 2260 yds. Par 32<
Par 3 course – 6 hole course of 645yds
Par 18 Driving range – 8 covered bays.

  • Buggies
  • Caddy cars
  • Clubs
  • Full Catering

By Crieff

Foulford Inn, Sma’ Glen

9 hole, 916 yds. Par 27.

Splendid Perthshire scenery, a challenge for the experienced and the beginner.
Water hazards stocked with trout (fishing permits necessary)

  • Clubs
  • Meals and suitable refreshments


18 holes, 5874 yds. Par 68.
A busy testing course with a variety of holes including dog legs, many bunkers with good greens and fairways.

  • Practice area
  • Caddy cars
  • Full bar / catering facilities.

Dunkeld and Birnam

9 holes, 5246yds. Par 6
Heath course with panoramic views, a touch steep in parts just outside the lovely town of Dunkeld.

  • Caddy Cars
  • Clubs
  • Meals


9 holes, 4836 yds. Par 64.
Slight hills with narrow fairways – reasonably testing.

  • Caddy cars available
  • No catering
  • Guests though welcome, can be restricted in playing times


Monarch – 18 holes, 7081yds. Par 72.
Kings – 18 holes, 6741 yds. Par 70.
Queens – 18 holes, 5965 yds. Par 68.
Wee Course – 9 holes, 1481 yds. Par 27.

The famous regal courses that live up to their international reputation. Picturesque heathland covered in heather, silver birch and rowan.

  • Caddies
  • Golf equipment hire
  • Golf Clinic
  • Full Bar and Catering facilities in the Dormy House


9 holes, 2410 yds. Par 65.
Testing nine-hole course with blind holes and a pond t contend with. Set in picturesque part of Killin. Not advisable to slice at the first. the River Lochay is very near!

  • Caddy cars
  • Light snacks
  • Bar facilities


9 holes, 6505 yds. Par 66.
Not to be confused with its illustrious neighbour the other side of the water; this is a new nine-hole course. Its quality, mildly undulating layout provides you with a testing game on first class greens.

  • Bar and bar meals served all day at Byre Bistro.


18 holes, 6180 yds. Par 70.
Most picturesque course of medium length and test. It has been described as a “Miniature Gleneagles”.

  • Practice area
  • Caddy cars
  • Bar and catering facilities

Murrayshalls – Scone

18 holes, 6416 yds. Par 73.
Since opening it has built a reputation for excellence. Notable is the 4th with well-placed ponds and bunkers to present a slight challenge.

  • Tuition
  • Driving Range
  • Indoor Clinic
  • Full catering


9 holes, 5778yds. Par 88.
No room for errors on this short narrow course. Certainly not as easy as it looks.

  • No catering facilities
  • Changing rooms and toilets only
  • Good Village Tea shop in Muthill.

Perth (3 courses)

Craigie Hill

18 holes, 5379 yds. Par 66.Very hilly difficult short course. Great views of the Tay from Spion Kop (5th hole).
Practice putting green, caddy cars, tuition and pro shop. Restaurant, Bar and bar meals.

  • No visitors Saturdays.


  • No jeans or collarless shirts on course/clubhouse.
  • No shorts in clubhouse.

North Inch

18 holes, 5178yds. Par 65.

Picturesque flat parkland course alongside the Tay with deceiving distances. All welcome to pay and play. No facilities at course.

King James VI, Moncrieff Island

18 holes 5177yds. Par 68. One of only two Island Golf Courses in the world, the other being in Japan! Parkland course and relatively easy going.

  • Golf shop
  • Practice area
  • Caddy cars
  • Full catering and Bar facilities
  • No visitors on Saturdays


18 holes, 5811 ycls. Par 68.
Steep uphill for the first four, but well worth it. Comes highly recommended and has great views south down the Tay Valley.

  • Practice area, caddy cars and tuition.
  • Full catering facilities available.


18 holes, 6409yds, Medal Par 71
Front tee Par 69.

A fine open course in attractive parkland setting. Broad fairways with considerable uphill movement, not suitable for the older golfer on a hot day!

  • Practice area and caddy cars
  • Bar, Bar meals and restaurant


9 holes, 4082yds. Par 63.
All up and down, a fun course though still a challenge.

  • No catering
  • Hotel and Cafe nearby

St. Fillans

9 holes, 5628 yds. Par 68.

The Popular Local. Reasonably flat course, not very testing but good sport. This course is certainly one of the most panoramic settings in this part of Scotland.

  • Caddy cars
  • Light snacks all day

Taymouth Castle

18 holes, 6066 yds. Par 69.

Parkland course set in Kenmore, flattish with wide fairway and testing greens. If the golf is not good, views of the Castle and River Tay make up for it.

  • Buggies
  • Caddy cars
  • Practice area
  • Full catering available all day during the main season


9 holes, 5358yds. Par 66.

A hilly, well drained course that makes for good playing.

  • Practice area
  • Bar/Bar meals


18 hole, 6000yds. Par 66.

In the heart of beautiful rural Perthshire. Since opening in 1994 the course has matured to become an interesting challenge, somewhat like claret of the same vintage.

  • Caddy Cars
  • Meals