A winning blend of natural beauty and golfing adventure, the three championship golf courses at Gleneagles are regarded among the very best golf courses in the world. The inspiration of two of the greatest names in the game, five times Open winner James Braid and the Golden Bear himself Jack Nicklaus, the courses offer tantalising challenges for all levels of player.
King's Course: 18 holes, 6471 yards, SSS/par 70
Queen's Course: 18 holes, 5965 yards, SSS 69, par 68
PGA Centenary Course: 18 holes, 6559 yards, SSS/par 72
Wee Course: 9 holes, 2962 yards, SSS/par 27
For those who are addicted to the game of golf, Gleneagles offers the chance to play on the world's finest courses.
As well as the challenge of the King's, the secluded charms of the Queen's, or the nine hole Wee Course, there is now the exceptional PGA Centenary Course designed by Jack Nicklaus. This plays between 5,072 and 7,088 yards, due to five optional tees at each hole and is a course of baffling ingenuity.
Gleneagles is very honoured to have been selected as the host venue for the 40th Ryder Cup match in 2014. This prestigious event will be held on The PGA Centenary Course.