Overview Pitlochry Golf Course
On the grounds of ancient Pictish forts, where druids once met, now lies one of the finest inland golf courses in Scotland. Pitlochry Golf Course boasts fantastic sweeping views of the Tummel Valley and a state of the art clubhouse serving great food and drink with fantastic service and value.
Just over an hour’s drive or less from Scotland’s main cities in the gateway to the Highlands, Pitlochry Golf Course offers an exceptional course that will test every element of your game. Enjoyable for the average player and challenging to the more advanced the course was laid out in 1908 by the renowned golf architect, Willie Fernie of Troon, opened in 1909, and later modernised by Major Cecil Hutcheson.
Pitlochry has never been the longest layout by any stretch of the imagination and was never intended to be. The course length of 5695 yards is protected by tree-lined fairways and notoriusly well manicured greens which are small, fast and sloping. Pitlochry to be a tricky place to come and play. Over the years many great and accomplished players, including Harry Vardon, Bob Charles, Walter Hagen and Tommy Armour, have challenged themselves on the fairways of Pitlochry.