ALYTH GOLF CLUB
If the Old Alyth Course were any longer, it would be among Scotland's 'big league'. As it stands, Alyth is ideal outing for the golfing majority, a delightful yet challenging meander through some of Perthshire’s most scenic groves.
BLAIRGOWRIE LANSDOWNE COURSE
In the heart of Perthshire, there are three courses at Blairgowrie Golf Club with the Rosemount being the most celebrated. But anyone who knows these courses well will tell you, the Lansdowne is the more challenging and for many the more interesting.
With its rich heritage of links courses, few realise that the East of Scotland offers one of the finest parkland courses in the United Kingdom. The superb wooded fairways and velvet greens of Downfield Golf Club are a sterling example of this style of golf and an excellent conjunct to the nearby coastal tracks.
MONIFIETH GOLF LINKS
The Scottish Heartlands Golfing Pass opens up some impressive possibilities and Monifieth's Medal course is yet another Final Qualifying course for the Open Championship at nearby Carnoustie. This robust layout has garnered great praise from tour players and amateurs alike qualifying for that event.
Tucked away in the northeast corner of Fife, Scotscraig brings together a diversity of golfing conditions to inspiring effect. From the start, links humps and bumps characterize the fairways along with sentinel stands of gorse.