Braveheart golf

The region surrounding the historic city of Stirling offers a range of golf courses to suit all handicaps. Tee-off at one of the courses below and enjoy a game of golf deep in Braveheart country.

Two golfers enjoy a round of golf at Stirling Golf Course with views across to Stirling Castle in the background

Stirling Golf Club

Set below the famous Stirling Castle parapets with magnificent views of the Ochill Hills and Ben Lomond to the west, Stirling Golf Club is an excellent 18-hole course and the only one of its size in the city.

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Dollar Golf Club

This challenging hillside course, with no bunkers, was designed by Ben Sayers in 1907. The 2nd hole is typical of old courses with its memorable blind chip up a steep bank.

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Muckhart Golf Club

Enjoy a game of golf at Muckhart's three 9-hole courses. Cowden, Naemoor and Arndean offer golfers three very different, but equally rewarding rounds of golf. Try all three and play 27 holes in one day.

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Glenbervie Golf Club

This course is the scene of several amateur championships and is set amidst stunning secluded parkland. Look out for the par 4 on hole 9, known as Bluebell Wood, where golfers have to navigate round the trees.

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Grangemouth Golf Club

Situated on Polmont Hill with tremendous views across the Forth, Grangemouth is a challenging 18-hole course and is considered to be one of the best municpal courses in Scotland.

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Callander Golf Club

Situated within the beautiful surroundings of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Callander Golf Club is one of the most scenic golf courses that Scotland has to offer. Play a memorable 18-holes, whilst admiring the panoramic views of Ben Ledi.