Our course was designed and laid out by James Braid in conjunction with Major Cecil Hutchison and is constructed on parkland with excellent turf giving it some of the finest fairways around.
By modern standards it is not a long course, 5924 yards with a standard scratch score of 69 off the white tees, but there are a number of holes which will provide a challenge to golfers of all abilities. The greens are well manicured and require a high level of putting skill.
Our signature hole is the 11th, a par 3 of 182 yards from the White tees, where you play to a long narrow green which is well guarded by banking and bunkers on the right and a large tree on the left. Club selection is very important and varies depending on the position of the flag and the weather conditions. The name of the 11th is Ben Ledi and the reason is obvious on a clear day when you drive towards the mountain which is framed by the trees around the green.
Whatever your daily golfing fortunes the scenic beauty of the course and its panoramic views are always there for you to enjoy.