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Pitlochry (91)

Holes:18 Year:1909 Par: 69 Length: 5.413 yds

Architect:  Willie Fernie, Major Cecil Hutcherson

Pitlochry golf course is found less than a mile from the Victorian town of Pitlochry in Tayside, Scotland. The course was laid out in 1908 by the well-known golf architect Willie Ferne and opened in 1909. It was later modernised by Major Cecil Hutcherson.

The course is set in the gateway to the highlands and come with sweeping vistas of the Tummel Valley and sits in the shadow of the Ben Y Vrackie. Boasting manicured greens and tree-lined fairways along with its mountainous backdrop, Pitlochry golf course one of the most dramatic and distinctive inland courses in the British Isles.

Pitlochry golf course is easily accessible by car and is approximately an hour’s drive from both Edinburgh and Glasgow in the south and an hour’s drive from Inverness in the north. Pitlochry has its own railway stations with frequent train services on the main line between Edinburgh and Glasgow to Inverness and daily direct services from London King’s Cross Station.Pitlochry is a 18 hole heathland course with a par of 69 and a length of 4950m.

Pitlochry is an excellent course which will test every element of your game.The course is open to members, visitors and groups alike and tee times are available throughout the year. Green Fees fluctuate with the seasons and prices are substantially reduced during the winter according to whether winter greens are in operation. Junior golfers are welcome on the course. Clubs, buggies and trolleys are available to hire.Pitlochry clubhouse is comfortable, relaxed and state of the art providing great food and drink for everybody, from relaxed drinks to evening meals. The clubhouse has full amenities and a pro shop with great service and value. Pitlochry prides itself on having the best driving range in the Highlands. The driving range and their Golf Academy are part of plans to make Pitlochry a centre of golfing excellence.Pitlochry offer enjoyable play for the average player and real challenges for the more advanced.