If you’re a golf enthusiast, there’s no better place than Scotland and Highland Perthshire really is the place to be. It combines great golf courses with amazing scenery. Beautiful panoramic views give players the chance to play rounds of nice and 18 holes in truly stunning locations.
The golf course at the Mains of Taymouth is described as Perthshire’s finest nine holes, with the course providing a challenge for players of all ability levels. With the course being set on the Mains of Taymouth estate you can expect high standards when it comes to amenities. There’s luxury accommodation for those on a golfing holiday with a great bar and restaurant too.
Prices for a nine hole round are £17 with a £2 increase for weekends. 18 holes are priced at £23 during the week and £28 at the weekends. Onsite guests are charged £10 a day for 1-4 days with £50 payable for those attending the course for five days or more.
Killin Golf Club is known locally as the most beautiful nine hole golf course in Scotland. If you fancy a round of golf set in a beautiful location, this could be the place for you. With the clubhouse providing a full range of catering, Killin Golf Club is a place you can enjoy from morning until evening.
The prices for 18 holes are £22 in the week with a £3 increase for those playing at the weekend. Juniors can play for half price over 18 holes. Nine holes cost £15 during the week and £17 at the weekend. Juniors pay £7.50 and £8.50. Day tickets are available.
Aberfeldy Golf Club is another golf course that offers a great golfing experience as well as a stunning backdrop. There’s a clubhouse on site, and although it’s small, it’s friendly and welcoming to all, with food and drinks available. Advertised as a nine hole course, you can play through 18.
18 holes cost £20 per person with juniors paying half price. A nine hole round costs £15 per person.
All three golf courses are in stunning locations that are accessible by car with parking available.