Letham Grange, Old course (64)
Like its neighbour the Glen, Letham Grange’s Old Course surrounds an impressive mansion house hotel which is contained within a walled estate of mature woodland. The Old Course is artistically laid out and yet retains a rugged Scottish appeal. The 8th marks the beginning of the most attractive section of the course; a testing par three over an ornamental lake.
The Letham Grange Old Course is a real golfing treat, both aesthetically and in terms of the level of golf it provides. The perfect complement to the Glen golf course, the Old Course is full of character and charm, and is definitely worth a visit if you’re planning a weekend golf break or longer golf holiday in Carnoustie Country.
The many dog-leg holes on Letham Grange Old Course ensure that position off the tee is the basis to a good round. Consideration should also be given to dropping down to a three wood or an iron to avoid the dangers of the tree-lined fairways. This well-crafted golf course will give your golfing skills a thorough workout, and is a fine example of Scotland’s fine tradition of inland layouts.