Earnside Cottage, Comrie (by Crieff), Perthshire, Scotland

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Local Golf Courses

Earnside cottage provides a great base for visiting the numerous golf courses in the area.

Comrie Golf Club was founded in 1891 and is one of the finest and most picturesque nine hole golf courses in Perthshire. The Club welcomes visitors and there are interesting woodland walks around the course for non-playing visitor to enjoy. The Clubhouse serves meals and snacks from April to October.
Web: www.comriegolf.co.uk
Tel: 01764 670055



The eighteen-hole Ferntower course is presently the venue for the P.G.A Scottish Championship qualifier and the regional heat of the Lombard Trophy (the world's largest Pro-Am). Shorter, but testing, the nine-hole Dornock is ideal for a quick nine or as part of a thirty-six-hole package.
Web: www.crieffgolf.co.uk
Tel: 01764 652909



St Fillans
The nine-hole St Fillans course is situated at the eastern end of Loch Earn just outside the village of St Fillans. Considering the imposing hills that surround the course, the terrain is surprisingly level and is popular with those new to the sport yet also proves to be a difficult course to score well on for the more experienced.
Web: www.st-fillans-golf.com
Tel: 01764 685312


St Fillans
Muthill Golf Club is a 9 hole undulating parkland course with narrow fairways and well protected greens.  The free-draining soil means that Muthill is often open when other nearby courses are closed. The par 4's are not that long but Muthill's par 3's are quite challenging.
Web: www.muthillgolfclub.co.uk
Tel: 01764 681523



The Auchterarder course has spectacular views towards Gleneagles and runs along side the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles Hotel (Ryder Cup venue in 2014). An easy walking 18 holes of 5775 yards, it has a variety of challenging holes which ar
e a test for golfers of all abilities.
Web: www.auchterardergolf.co.uk
Tel: 01764 662804


The Gleneagles championship courses were the inspiration of two of the world's most famous golfers, James Braid, five times winner of the Open Championship who designed the King's and Queen's, and Jack Nicklaus who created the PGA Centenary Course.
The PGA Centenary Course
The PGA Centenary Course is a modern classic, combining the best of both the Queen's and King's, and will be host to the 2014 Ryder Cup.
The King's Golf Course
The King's Course, opened in 1919, is a masterpiece of design, which has tested the aristocracy of golf, both professional and amateur.
The Queen's Golf Course
The natural beauty of the Queen's Course inspires the world's most experienced players.

Other Golf Courses and Practice Areas

As well as the friendly 'Wee Course' which provides an enjoyable experience for beginners and many experienced players, there is an eleven acre championship practice ground, a nine-hole pitch & putt course and several putting greens.
Web: www.gleneagles.com/golf


Gleneagles - PGA Course

Gleneagles - Kings Course

Gleneagles - Queens Course

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