Auchterarder Golf Course (89)
- Holes:18 Year:1892 Par: 69 Length: 5.749 yd
- Architect:Ben Sayers
Auchterarder Golf Course is found in the heart of Perthshire, Scotland, near to the famous Gleneagles PGA Centenary course. Auchterarder gets its name from Gaelic meaning the summit of the rising ground and standing on a ridge in Strathearn, Auchterarder is one of the highest towns in Scotland.
Auchterarder Golf Course was established in 1892. The original 9 hole course was laid out by Ben Sayers in 1913 and was recognised as one of the finest inland courses in central Scotland. The course was extended to 18 hole in the 1970s.
Auchterarder Golf Course has incredible views towards Gleneagles, the Ochill Hills and Glendevon.
Auchterarder Golf Course is only five minutes from the famous courses at Gleneagles. The club is less than an hour’s drive from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, and 20 minutes from Stirling. All three cities can be accessed by rail and by road, and Glasgow and Edinburgh by air.
Auchterarder Golf Course is a 18 hole parkland course with a par of 69 and length of 5257m. It is an easy walking course with a large variety of demanding hole which will test golfers of all abilities.
The Clubhouse at Auchterarder Golf Course has been recently upgraded to meet the demands of its members and visitor golfers. In their new bar, golfers can enjoy a drink after a round as well as choose from a varied menu in the new restaurant. The Clubhouse lockers are large and can accommodate big golfing parties.
The pro shop at Auchterarder has the latest in golfing equipment at affordable prices. It also stocks a wide range of clothing, shoes and accessories. The club’s professional is on hand to offer advice on purchases and is available for individual tuition for golfers of all ages and abilities. The club has an extensive practice area with greens for putting, pitching and chipping as well as a practice bunker.