Perthshire, home to some of the world’s best golf courses, including the famous Gleneagles resort. With a variety of courses to choose from, ranging from relaxing courses to the challenge of a championship course, you can try your hand at them all from the comfort of the stunning 15th century converted watermill hotel in the heart of Perth, Mercure Perth Hotel.
Host to a number of major tournaments, the most notable the 2014 Ryder Cup, which was played on the PGA Centenary Course. Gleneagles has also been host to the 2019 Solheim Cup, which is undoubtedly the biggest event in women’s golf and means they are the only venue in Europe to have hosted both these events. Boasting three Championship Golf Courses and just a 30-minute drive from the Mercure Perth Hotel.
The listed green fees are priced per round for the PGA Centenary, The Kings & The Queens Courses.April, £99; May, £150; June, £180; July to September, £225; October, £99; November and December, £80.
King James VI
Purpose-built course believed to be the only Inland island golf course in the country, accessible only by foot by a side-walk on the side of a train bridge crossing the River Tay. Conveniently located just a short 5-minute walk from the Mercure Perth Hotel with weekday green fees of £25 and weekend fees of £35.
One of the UK’s most highly regarded golf clubs, famous for its rich history and Championship golf courses. Set in heather lined avenues of pine and silver birch, situated in the heart of the magnificent Perthshire countryside just a short 30-minute drive from the Mercure Perth Hotel.
Green fees for April just £55, £95 from May to September and £70 in October.
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