18 holes, 6038 yards, SSS 69, par 70 The River Tay runs through the 'Fair City' of Perth, one of the most picturesque towns in Scotland.
Just five minutes on foot from the town centre, the river splits to create Moncrieffe Island the home of King James VI Golf Club. We understand that we are the only club in the world named after a previous monarch and that we are one of only two Golf Courses situated on an island in a river. By coincidence (or perhaps not), the other river island course is in Perth, Australia
Access to the course is via a walkway on the rail bridge in Tay Street. The largest trolley can easily negotiate this path. Cars may be parked in the long stay car park off Shore Road which is convenient not only for the golf course but also other local attractions.
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