Strathtay Golf Club
Welcome to the Strathtay Golf Club website which we hope you will find informative. Please take the time to read about the history of Strathtay Golf Club which was originally laid out in 1909 with 9
Aberfeldy Golf Club
Only a short drive from Scotland's central belt, Aberfeldy is a beautiful parkland course in the heart of Highland Perthshire. Come for the day, play your round of golf and then enjoy some good food
Rosemount
Lansdowne Associate Membership is our stepping stone to Full Membership. Lansdowne Associate Membership allows you join the club on payment of the fees below and entitles you to full use of the
Crieff Golf Club
Crieff while only an hours drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow (find us) is situated at the "Gateway to the Highlands" and being surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of rural Perthshire, provides a
Murrayshall Golf Courses
From the minute you arrive at Murrayshall House Hotel in Perthshire, Scotland you know it will be a special experience. From the welcoming smile that greets you at reception, to your luxurious
Craigie Hill Golf Club
Founded in 1911, Craigie Hill is a Club steeped in history. Set in beautiful Perthshire, the course is located on the western edge of the historic City of Perth, only 25 minutes (17 miles) from
Scottish Ladies Golfing Association
The game of golf and the golf industry have evolved over the years and our role has significantly changed too. Despite a trend in recent years of declining members in golf clubs across Scotland, golf
Kirriemuir Golf Club
Kirriemuir offers an admirable and highly enjoyable heathland/parkland layout, the perfect length for the entire day's golf. The contours of each hole and arrangement of the course as a whole make for
Dunning Golf Club
Situated below the slopes of the Ochil Hills, the lovely Perthshire village of Dunning is steeped in history, from the Iron Age fort at Dun Knock, through to the 1st Century Roman camp at Kincladie
Auchterarder Golf Club
In the Auchterarder Guide of some 50 years ago it gives a population of 2,254 and also mentions that Auchterarder derives its name from the Gaelic 'Auchdar aird tir', signifying 'the summit of the