Golf started in Scotland as a highly unsuccessful method of mole hunting.
Now that its humble pest control origins have been forgotten, the sport has become one of the most popular past times in the world.
Celebrate the game’s great heritage with a round on one of Scotland’s finest inland golf courses at Pitlochry Golf Course.
Over a hundred years old
This popular Big Deal is for two people to play a round of golf on the 18 hole Pitlochry Golf Course. As part of the deal, there is the option to hire a buggy for £20 instead of the usual £25.
The course was laid out in 1908 by the renowned golf architect, Willie Fernie of Troon, opened in 1909, and later modernised by Major Cecil Hutcheson.
Just over an hour’s drive or less from Scotland’s main cities, Pitlochry Golf Course provides the perfect blend of exhilarating golf and pure relaxation.
The 5700 yard, par 69 course features awe-inspiring views of the Tummel Valley and well kept, undulating greens.
After your game, you can relax in the friendly Clubhouse Bar & Restaurant. From breakfast rolls and sandwiches to baked spuds and pasta dishes via the burger and grill menu, there are plenty of options to suit all tastes.
As part of the Big Deal, you will receive a 10% discount on meals in The Clubhouse Bar & Restaurant as well as any purchases from The Pro Shop.
The terrace provides the perfect spot for an aperitif and views of other golfers finishing off on the eighteenth.
Golf Monthly called the course ‘The perfect definition of a hidden gem’. The chance to play a round on Pitlochry’s hidden gem would make a great gift for the golfer in your life. Father’s Day isn’t so far away and a round at Pitlochry would make the perfect present.