Gleneagles is one the most iconic golf courses in Scotland and famous the world over. Home to the Queen’s Course, the King’s Course and the PGA Centenary course, Gleneagles offers something special for every golfer.
One of the most naturally beautiful courses in the country; the Queen’s Course is set on the north and west sides of the Gleneagles estate. Winding through woodlands and moorlands the course combines lochans and water ditches, dastardly bunkers and tiny greens to present a breath-taking yet stern challenge to the golfer.
A step up in terms of challenge, the King’s course was designed to test the metal of amateur and professional golfers alike. Club selection is vital with approaches to elevated greens. Stunning sweeping views of the Trossachs from the tees will take your breath away as will the harshness of the twenty foot deep bunkers and slippery, steep greens.
PGA Centenary Course.
The host venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup, the Centenary Course was Described by its designer, the legendary Jack Nicklaus as “The finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with”. Playing this course is an unforgettable experience for every golfer. The course offers a feast of views of the spectacular surrounding countryside, from the lush panorama of Perthshire straths to the rugged Grampians and the distant Ben