Golf in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley

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  • Golfers playing a round of golf at the Falkirk Tryst Golf Club
    Golfers play a round of golf at the Falkirk Tryst Golf Club
  • Looking across Killin Golf Course
    Killin Golf Course
  • Looking across the 5th and 17th greens on the golf course at Stirling with a view Stirling Castle
    Stirling Golf Course

There is a fantastic range of golf courses found within Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley. From leisurely 9-holers to PGA standard courses, the region has golf courses with some of the most stunning views in Scotland which are set amid varying landscapes and terrain adding to the challenge of the course.

Whether you are a leisurely player or an aspiring pro, there are numerous golf courses in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley to suit all abilities.

The varied landscape of Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley, provides a challenge to all golfing abilities, from the 9-hole parkland course at Killin Golf Club, said to have one of the country's most beautiful closing holes, to the very west of the region at Helensburgh Golf Club, with its exciting moorland course looking out over the Clyde Estuary towards the Isle of Arran.

Alloa Golf Course was designed by the golfing legend James Braid in 1935 and little has changed since then. The picturesque landscape beneath the Ochill Hills is the perfect setting for this championship length course which will challenge the best golfers whilst offering great enjoyment to the average player.

The Grangemouth Golf Club near Falkirk has a difficult 18-hole course set amid slopping parkland. The course is of high quality and has played host to a number of PGA events. With long holes over water, and other with tricky dogleg bends, the course is sure to test some of the best golfers. And in Falkirk itself, there is both Falkirk Golf Course and Falkirk Tryst, the former of which is another course designed by Braid.

Why not soak up the historic atmosphere of the area as you tee off at Stirling Golf Club? The course is set out amid the dramatic surroundings of Stirling Castle and within former hunting grounds once ruled over by Scottish kings. As you make your way round the course, take in the beautiful views towards the Lomond and Ochil Hills and the Trossachs.

Just a stone’s throw from the National Wallace Monument, the Bridge of Allan Golf Club offers golfers a memorable experience. The 9-hole course was designed by 'Old' Tom Morris, one of the pioneers of professional golf, in 1895. The course proves to be a challenging course with steep slopes but golfers are rewarded with spectacular views over the Ochil Hills.

For another 9-hole challenge, head for the historic Muckhart Golf Club near Dollar, which is home to 27 holes built around three different 9-hole courses; the Cowden, Naemoor and Arndean.

The Wee Demon, set on the banks of Loch Lomond, is much more than just a 9-hole golf course. The fairways slalom around sand traps and hazards, designed to fully test your golfing ability. After you have conquered the Wee Demon, the next challenge is The Carrick. The Carrick is a stunning 71-par course with a mixture of classic Scottish lowland holes along the banks of the loch as well as tackling Highland heath and tee off on sloping fairways.

Don't forget, when booking your accommodation remember to look out for the Golfers Welcome scheme. They accredit accommodation providers that offer dedicated golf facilities like secure club storage, weather updates and details of local golf suppliers.

Browse the list below for more golf courses in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley.

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    Killearn

    Two miles from the village of Milngavie and seven from Glasgow city centre, Hilton Park is one of the finest moorland courses in Scotland.

  2. Dunblane New Golf Club

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    Dunblane

    Come to Dunblane for an easily accessible golfing experience in the centre of Scotland.

  3. Muckhart Golf Club

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    Muckhart

    Muckhart's strongest asset is our location at the foot of the Ochil Hills. This provides views which compare favourably with more prestigious courses such as Gleneagles and Loch Lomond.

  4. Stirling Golf Club

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    Stirling

    18 holes 6440 yards par 72 SSS 71 Rolling parkland course within 1 mile of town centre, with magnificent views of Stirling Castle and the surrounding mountains.

  5. Falkirk Golf Course

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    Falkirk

    Falkirk, known locally as 'Carmuirs', is a parkland course that is slightly undulating over the back nine.

  6. Uniquely Scotland

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    Dunblane

    Uniquely Scotland is a bespoke tour operator providing our clients with top quality, tailor-made, self-drive holiday packages around Scotland.

  7. Dollar Golf Club

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    Dollar

    Challenging hillside course, designed by Ben Sayers in 1907, without bunkers.

  8. Ross Priory Golf Course

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    Drymen

    Ross Priory is a 9-hole course located at the University of Strathclyde's Recreational and Conference Centre, situated in 200 acres of parkland on the south east shoreline of Loch Lomond.

  9. Brian Collie Scottish Tours

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    Callander

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    Killearn

    It may be the smaller of the two moorland courses on offer at Hilton Park, but it is in no way the easier of the duo. In fact, the Allander is very much the harder of the two as it features tighter fairways that are lined with thick rough.

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