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Golf Perthshire, ScotlandGolfing in Perthshire

Perthshire is home to some of Scotland’s finest golf courses including the world-class resort of Gleneagles, host to the 2014 Ryder Cup, 2018 European Championships and 2019 Solheim Cup. Breathtaking scenery surrounds heathland courses and 9-hole gems in the Heart of Scotland Golf.

Play a relaxing round or experience a championship test in the natural beauty of the Perthshire Highlands with tranquil glens, lush forests and an incredible array of Scottish wildlife.

Perthshire's superb variety of courses creates the perfect destination for family golf and an unforgettable experience together. Throughout the area you'll find outstanding value family golf tickets, free golf for under 18s, welcoming family-friendly courses and fun non-golfing activities for all.

The picturesque towns and villages throughout the region offer a great choice of accommodation and quality food and drink. Away from the course take time to discover the many things to see and do from malt whisky distilleries, historic castles, adventure sports to salmon fishing.

Milnathort to host the final of the inaugural Scottish Golf R&A 9-Hole Championship

Milnathort to host the final of the inaugural Scottish Golf R&A 9-Hole Championship

Perthshire venue Milnathort Golf Club is looking forward to shining on the national stage when it hosts the final of the inaugural Scottish Golf R&A 9-Hole Championship this summer.

Juli Inkster Appointed U.S. Solheim Cup Captain For Unprecedented Third Time

Juli Inkster Appointed U.S. Solheim Cup Captain For Unprecedented Third Time

After leading Team USA to back-to-back Solheim Cup victories in 2015 and 2017, LPGA and World Golf Halls of Fame member Juli Inkster will return as captain for the biennial team match-play competition in 2019.

New Golf Groups Stirring Memory and Participation

New Golf Groups Stirring Memory and Participation

Thanks to the work of sterling volunteers, a new golf ‘club’ has been forming at Noah’s Ark. This is the Golf Memories Project, part of the Sports Heritage Scotland network to help those living with memory loss conditions, notably dementia.

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