Scotland is famous for its golf courses and Pitlochry Golf Course is regarded as one of the best inland golfing courses in the whole of the country.
At just 0.4 miles away from the Pines Trees Hotel, the course is easily within walking distance.
So if you are a keen golfer or just a beginner, the Pitlochry Golf Course is your chance to play on a breathtaking course.
The 18-hole course is open to all members, visitors and groups. The course is suitable for average to advanced players.
The course covers 5700 yards of pristine greens and immaculate tree-lined fairways. Set at the gate of the Highlands, the course offers a stunning view of the Tummel Valley and the Ben Y Vrackie Mountain.
Each one of its 18 holes is a unique challenge. From the downhill Moine-Dubhe, to the finale of Max’s Leap, it can prove to be an exciting and challenging game.
The course started the Highland Amateur Open Tournament in 1909 and it still runs today. The annual tournament has attracted some of Scotland’s most celebrated players.
The Club House offers a relaxing retreat after a long game of golf, for you and fellow players. You can enjoy socialising over drinks with friends and soak up the atmosphere in the Club House longue.
The Club House bar offers a wide selection of malts, wines and draughts in case you develop quite a thirst. Enjoy the cosy leather sofas with a beer or a warm cup of tea.
If the sun is still shining, you can enjoy a glass of wine on the Club House decking. Sipping a drink and enjoying the views is the perfect way to unwind after a day of playing golf.
Pitlochry Golf Course has a selection of promotions to help players save money and encourage new people to see what the course has to offer.
On Tuesdays, women can enjoy a lunch and a golfing lesson for only £10. Telephone booking is required for this great offer.
Four Ball Carvery Deal
A round of golf is likely to make you work up quite an appetite. Every Sunday, four of you could enjoy a round of golf followed by a carvery meal in the Club House, all for only £99. It is a great way to spend a Sunday, either with friends or family.
The course is holding a pumpkin competition for children. Help children carve a scary pumpkin and take it along to be judged by a witch. A great way to celebrate the spooky time of year!
Important things to see and do
- Managed to triumph the course finale of Max’s Leap?
- Refreshed with a cold beer in the Club House bar?
- Joined in the fun at Ladies Tuesdays?
- Tackled the downhill shot at the Moine-Dubhe hole?
- Found a bargain with the Four Ball Carvery Deal?
- Enjoyed views of the Tummel Valley and the Ben Y Vrackie Mountain?
- Carved a terrifying pumpkin for the Halloween Competition?
- Watched the annual Highland Amateur Open Tournament?