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  • Blair Atholl golf course
    Blair Atholl golf course
  • Looking out over the fairway at the PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles and the Perthshire landscape.
    The PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles
  • A view from the green out over the hills at Pitlochry Golf Course.
    Pitlochry Golf Course
  • Golfers putting on a green at St Fillans Golf Course.
    9-hole St Fillans Golf Course

Perthshire is home to some of the oldest and most prestigious golf courses in Scotland. Tee off on championship courses and discover hidden gems that offer memorable rounds of golf amongst spectacular scenery.

Perthshire’s foremost golfing destination is without a doubt Gleneagles, the only venue in the UK that can claim the distinction of having three championship courses. The sprawling PGA Centenary, the youngest of the trio, was designed by legendary player Jack Nicklaus, and was the venue of the 2014 Ryder Cup. It was the first time in 40 years that The Ryder Cup returned to the ‘Home of Golf’ and drew tens of thousands of spectators each day. The Queens Course offers its fair share of tricky moments whilst the classic Kings Course, laid out by celebrated golf course architect James Braid, has challenged the abilities of the world’s finest golfers.

Auchterarder sits adjacent to the PGA Centenary Course. With an easy-walking layout, it poses a unique test for golfers who can enjoy the magnificent views towards Glendevon and the Ochil Hills as they play.

Perth’s South Inch is said to have been the location of the world’s first golf course, played by Scottish monarchs during the 14th century when the city served as the country’s capital. Today you can test your swing on the