Ridgeway Bed and Breakfast, Blairgowrie, Perthshire is an ideal base for golfers of all abilities.  There are over 70 courses within an hour's drive, including St. Andrews, Carnoustie, Gleneagles and Rosemount.

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Golf courses within easy reach of Ridgeway Bed and Breakfast, Blairgowrie, Perthshire.

(Approximate distances from Ridgeway shown in brackets)

Blairgowrie Golf Club (3 miles) offers three courses, including the Rosemount course, which ranks among the very best of all great inland courses in the British Isles.

Strathmore Golf Club (5 miles) has gained a reputation as 'the friendly place to play golf'.

Alyth Golf Club  (8 miles)  An 18-hole (6,259 yds) heathland layout, Alyth Golf Club was established in 1894.  A combination of tree-lined fairways and diverse rolling terrain make the emphasis on precision golf rather than distance.  Enjoy the  pines, silver birch, heather and views of the nearby hills.

Glenisla Golf Club  (8 miles) has been voted 'one of Scotland's favourite courses'.

Dunkeld and Birnam (8 miles)  Founded in 1892, this 9-hole course is one of the most picturesque in Perthshire.

Kirriemuir (18 milesIf there ever was an original 'hidden gem' then surely it was Kirriemuir Golf Club.  James Braid was asked to lever a full 18-hole course into a mere 77 acres just outside the charming 'little red town' of Kirriemuir.  What he managed was a 'pocket battleship' of a course that is pure delight from start to finish.  Kirrie presents two prominent features - exceptional views to the Angus Glens and a serious test of golfers' abilities, no matter what the course length.

Pitlochry Golf Club  (25 miles) provides one of Scotland's most scenically appealing golf courses for members and visitors alike.

Comrie Golf Club (40 miles)  The classic Highland golf course - clubhouse catering, golf carts, clubs and trolleys for hire.  See www.comriegolf.co.uk

Gleneagles (25 miles has three world class, championship courses.

St. Andrews  (30 miles)  www.standrews.org.uk  is the home of The Old Course, probably the most famous course in the world, but this is not the only reason why visitors flock to St. Andrews - there are five others. The town itself is interesting and well worth a visit.

Carnoustie  (30 miles) offers a championship links course that was the home of the Open 2007.

SCOTTISH GOLF WEEKS  

Scottish Mixed Foursomes - 3-7 July 2017 

Scottish Golf Pairs Challenge - 4-8 September 2017 

 

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