Pitlochry Golf Club
Pitlochry Golf Course

Wonderfully set in the gateway to the Highlands it offers an exceptional course that will test every element of your game. Try your hand on this 18 hole par 69 course with its awe-inspiring views and undulating greens. The course is open to all - members, visitors and groups and offers enjoyable play for the average player and challenges the advanced. The 5700 yard course boasts manicured greens and tree-lined fairways with a majestic mountainous backdrop whilst the Clubhouse and Pro Shop offer great service and value.

Course Map

Hole 1Hole 1
Distillery

Par: 4
SI: 6

White

White: 384

Yellow

Yellow: 376

Red

Red: 362 (Par 5, SI: 3)

Site of an old distillery and a classic opening hole. A meandering burn, two sets of cross bunkers and a steeply sloping green all contribute to make this a tough start. Uphill second shot means this hole plays longer than the yardage and once on the green take care as it is very easy to putt off the front.

Hole Sponsor

Blair Athol Distillery
Established in 1798 in the picturesque town of Pitlochry, Blair Athol Distillery is one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland. The signature malt of the Bell's blend, Blair Athol is rich, spiced and nutty, a bit like ginger cake.

Tel: (+44) 01796 482003
www.bells.co.uk

Hole 2Hole 2
Old North Road

Par: 4
SI: 2

White

White: 419

Yellow

Yellow: 362

Red

Red: 331 (Par 4, SI: 7)

Following the route of the old North Road (predecessor of the A9) this long uphill hole plays all of its 419 yds. Trouble lurks on the right with two burns and an out of bounds. Thread your second shot over the road, between the bunkers and negotiate the undulating green for your Par 4.

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The Rotary Club Pitlochry
Chartered in 1953, the Club has around 45 members drawn from all walks of life in the area. Pitlochry is located in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland, namely the Central Highlands. The Club has a strong presence in the town and supports many local, regional, national and international causes.

Meets: Fishers Hotel, Pitlochry (Tuesday Lunch)
www.pitlochryrotary.co.uk

Hole 3Hole 3
Craigiedun

Par: 4
SI: 11

White

White: 306

Yellow

Yellow: 279

Red

Red: 245 (Par 4, SI: 11)

Although only just over 300 yds this hole is no easy Par 4. A dog leg right with a bunker and out of bounds at the corner of the dog leg, then an uphill second shot to a small sloping green surrounded by deep bunkers. Miss the green at your peril!

Hole Sponsor

Pitlochry Festival Theatre
This year Pitlochry Festival Theatre celebrates its 60th summer season anniversary. The Festival Theatre has assembled a season which looks back to PFT's formative years, reflects on change and the passage of time and of course will provide fantastic entertainment and enjoyment to our audiences.

Box Office: (+44) 01796 484 626
www.pitlochry.org.uk

Hole 4Hole 4
Picts Fort

Par: 3
SI: 18

White

White: 168

Yellow

Yellow: 146

Red

Red: 115 (Par 3, SI: 17)

The first of Pitlochrys famous Par 3’s is played to a green sitting on the site of an ancient Pictish Fort. The heavily bunkered green is made more difficult to hold by the prevailing wind coming from the right – whistling down the channel that is the fifth hole and sweeping shots into the bunkers on the left.

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Atholl Palace Hotel
The Atholl Palace Hotel, the epitome of Scottish Baronial splendour, stands overlooking wooded parkland grounds and the town to the surrounding hills.

Originally opened as the Athole Hydropathic in Victorian times, the hotel retains many features of the traditional large country house.

Tel: (+44) 01796 472400
www.athollpalace.com

Hole 5Hole 5
Queen Mary’s Rest

Par: 4
SI: 4

White

White: 361

Yellow

Yellow: 354

Red

Red: 345 (Par 4, SI: 1)

Legend has it Mary Queen of Scots rested by this tee. Although a generous fairway the out of bounds wall on the right adds interest to the tee shot. Positioning of the tee shot is essential to afford the best shot onto this large raised green which is protected at the front by a large rocky mound. Played into the prevailing wind this is a challenging Par 4.

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Steven's of Pitlochry
With over 20 years experience in the furnishing trade, Stevens of Pitlochry is a family run business with the emphasis on quality value products being offered in a pleasant relaxed shop atmosphere.

Tel: (+44) 01796 472 214
www.perthshirefurniture.co.uk

Hole 6Hole 6
Druid Stones

Par: 4
SI: 9

White

White: 347

Yellow

Yellow: 334

Red

Red: 319 (Par 4, SI: 5)

Medium length downhill Par 4 named after the Pictish stone circle in the woods to the right of the fairway. Tee shot required to carry the old curling pond (now semi rough) and avoid the fairway bunker down the left. Big hitters may fancy their chances of hitting the green downwind but they will have to avoid the five bunkers surrounding the green. Subtle contours on the green make no putt straight forward.

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Blair Atholl Garage
We offer services that include a 24hr rescue and recovery service, CLASS IV & CLASS VII MOT service bays, a fully equipped workshop catering for all cars, 4x4s and light goods vehicles up to 3500kgs, combined with our Gulf Fuel Station we offer quality, cost effective motoring services.

Tel: (+44) 01796 481 221
www.blairathollgarage.co.uk

Hole 7Hole 7
Craig-Eiche

Par: 4
SI: 15

White

White: 277

Yellow

Yellow: 273

Red

Red: 265 (Par 4, SI: 15)

Risk and reward short Par 4 played from a tee sitting on the remains of the old Pictish Fort. Those going for the green in one have to negotiate greenside bunkers and an out of bounds that creeps in on the right. The lay up should be positioned to leave a second shot between the bunkers and a raised spine running through the middle of the green adds a final twist to this short Par 4.

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J&R Projects
We believe that through thorough Project planning, quality craftsmanship dedication to your project and planned and considered staff recruitment and training, we can provide you with a simple solution. We aim to be the last contractor you will ever have to call! 

Tel: (+44) 01796 473 826
www.jandrprojects.co.uk

Hole 8Hole 8
Bruce’s Look Out

Par: 4
SI: 8

White

White: 329

Yellow

Yellow: 319

Red

Red: 302 (Par 4, SI: 9)

Named after the visit of Robert the Bruce’s army the decision has to be made from the tee whether to lay up to the marker post at the top of the hill leaving a full shot to the green or go long into the deep hollow short of the green leaving a short, but blind, shot to this sloping elevated green. Beware of the effect a swirling wind can have on the second shot.

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Pitlochry Boating Station
Pitlochry Boating Station is set on the picturesque shores of Loch Faskally. Loch Faskally gets on average 5500 salmon passing through its waters each year, which makes it a fantastic loch for salmon fishing.

Tel: (+44) 01796 472 919
www.fishfaskally.com

Hole 9Hole 9
Drumchorry

Par: 4
SI: 12

White

White: 347

Yellow

Yellow: 345

Red

Red: 335 (Par 4, SI: 13)

Perhaps the most spectacular view on the course this 90 degree dog leg Par 4 requires a positional tee shot to set up a short iron to a large green protected by deep bunkers. However out of bounds left and a hanging lie for the second shot make this short Par 4 trickier than the yardage suggests.

Hole Sponsor

Belhaven
While 1719 may be the earliest documented evidence of the Belhaven Brewery, there may well have been beer production on the site pre-16th century as the wells and certain cellar vaults are known to date from around the time of the Reformation. Why not sample this historic drink?

Tel: (+44) 01368 862 734
www.belhaven.co.uk

Hole 10Hole 10
Lag-Na-Buie

Par: 4
SI: 1

White

White: 421

Yellow

Yellow: 414

Red

Red: 403 (Par 5, SI: 8)

This is the longest hole on the course and is the start of Pitlochry’s Amen Corner. Usually played into the prevailing wind, the longer hitters can carry the first section of sloping fairway and find the upslope for a second shot to a large blind green situated at the bottom of a gentle slope. Shorter hitters should keep right to compensate for the camber of the wide fairway and play this as a 3 shotter This hole is not stroke index 1 for nothing!

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Web Smart Media
Websites are fast becoming an essential tool for any business which wishes to move forward. We offer affordable, high quality, search engine friendly websites. Contact us to find out more about web design and development in Perthshire.

Tel: (+44) 01796 482 817
www.websmartmedia.co.uk

Hole 11Hole 11
Drum-Dearg

Par: 3
SI: 14

White

White: 185

Yellow

Yellow: 163

Red

Red: 149 (Par 3, SI: 12)

Played from an elevated tee to a well bunkered raised green, out of bounds down the right and a severe run off to heavy rough on the left make this an intimidating tee shot. Find the green and you are faced with a green full of subtle slopes – miss the green and you will need a razor sharp short game to save par. A stunning Par 3.

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First Independent Finance
It is often difficult for a business to state what makes it refreshingly different. With First Independent Finance it's simple: FIF stand for Trust, Choice and Support and every day we help our customers make confident choices in the decisions they make whilst funding their business assets.

Tel: (+44) 01560 482 911
www.f-i-f.co.uk

Hole 12Hole 12
Moine-Dubh

Par: 4
SI: 7

White

White: 411

Yellow

Yellow: 411

Red

Red: 398 (Par 4, SI: 2)

The final stretch of our Amen Corner is a long downhill Par 4 with a tee shot played between thick rough on the left and mature trees on the right. An accurate drive is required to set up any sort of second shot to the green. The second shot is played over a burn to a long green with a severe fall off on the right. Miss the green right and par is tough to achieve.

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Johnston Carmichael
We specialise in providing a comprehensive range of high-quality accountancy and business services to over 10,500 clients, however we still place the same importance on tailored personal service that our founder William D Johnston did in 1935.

Tel: (+44) 01738 634 001
www.jcca.co.uk

Hole 13Hole 13
Clach-Na-Cat

Par: 4
SI: 3

White

White: 367

Yellow

Yellow: 359

Red

Red: 352 (Par 5, SI: 6)

A stunning Par 4. Slightly uphill tee shot to a wide fairway. Big hitters can carry the ridge to leave a short iron to the raised green. Shorter hitters may be forced to lay up to avoid coming to grief in one of the deep bunkers surrounding the sloping green. The second shot always plays longer than the yardage and any slightly long shot can be saved by the banking at the back of the green. Another severely sloping green leaves one last challenge in the quest for a par.

Hole Sponsor

Faskally Caravan Park
Faskally Caravan Park is beautifully situated, near Pitlochry, amidst some of Scotland's most spectacular scenery in the heart of Highland Perthshire. This family run park has Holiday Homes and Chalets for hire.

Tel: (+44) 01796 472 007
www.faskally.com

Hole 14Hole 14
Tulloch

Par: 4
SI: 16

White

White: 277

Yellow

Yellow: 265

Red

Red: 252 (Par 4, SI: 18)

A short downhill Par 4 that offers the best birdie chance on the course. A good straight drive carrying the saddle at 180 yds should catch the downslope and run down to this flat green. However a miss either right or left leaves an awkward pitch that is likely to be hampered by trees.

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Ballinluig Services
We are ideally situated just off the A9 only 20 miles from Perth and 5 miles from Pitlochry. Ballinluig Services open from 7am until 10pm every day. Motor Grill open from 8am until 8.30pm every day.

Tel: (+44) 01796 482 212
www.ballinluigservices.co.uk

Hole 15Hole 15
Drumcroy

Par: 4
SI: 5

White

White: 290

Yellow

Yellow: 276

Red

Red: 267 (Par 4, SI: 4)

At only 290 yds this, on paper, should be a relatively easy Par 4. However the tee shot has to be straight to leave a short pitch to this small severely sloping green. Leave your approach short and you are faced with a tricky little chip that makes saving par difficult. Probably the most difficult Par 4 in the world less than 300 yrds – hence stroke index 5!

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R. W. Bell (Electrical) Pitlochry Ltd.
R.W. Bell (Electrical) Pitlochry Ltd was originally established in 1947 to provide Highland Perthshire with a professional industrial, agricultural commercial and residential electrical contracting service.

Tel: (+44) 01796 472 263
www.rwbell.com

Hole 16Hole 16
Cluniemore

Par: 3
SI: 10

White

White: 180

Yellow

Yellow: 148

Red

Red: 119 (Par 3, SI: 16)

A signature Par 3. A spectacular downhill Par 3 out of bounds right, trees left, deep rough and short deep bunkers surrounding the green. Hit the green and you will have a straight birdie putt. Miss the green at your peril!

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The Moulin Inn
The Moulin Inn first opened its doors in 1695 – 50 years ‘afore the rebellion – That is Bonnie Prince Charlie's Jacobite rebellion of 1745. Moulin was one of the first microbreweries in Scotland.

Tel: (+44) 01796 472 196
www.moulinhotel.co.uk

Hole 17Hole 17
Balghulan

Par: 4
SI: 17

White

White: 284

Yellow

Yellow: 273

Red

Red: 258 (Par 4, SI: 14)

Another short Par 4 that offers up the chance of a birdie. Out of bounds right, a stream and trees on the left and a green with a deep step running through it make this no cinch. Depending on the pin position you can be left with some very interesting putts.

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MacDonald Brothers Butchers
Macdonald Bros. is a traditional family Butcher, owned and run by the Macdonald family since 1928. Macdonald Bros. Butchers, source their meat from local farmers where possible, to ensure continuous quality.

Tel: (+44) 01796 472 047
www.macdonald-bros.co.uk

Hole 18Hole 18
Max’s Leap

Par: 4
SI: 13

White

White: 328

Yellow

Yellow: 317

Red

Red: 310 (Par 4, SI: 10)

Downhill Par 4 that offers up various options. Downwind the biggest hitters may fancy their chances of hitting the green. The safe option to avoid the wide burn short of the green out of bounds right and trees left is to lay up and leave a short iron into this green that slopes severely from back to front. A great finishing hole in front of the Clubhouse.

Hole Sponsor

Pitlochry Tyre Services
Pitlochry Tyres can supply the widest range of passenger car, 4×4 and van tyres in the UK, not to mention a number of more specialised products. Budget, premium and exclusive brands available.

Tel: (+44) 01796 472 285
www.pitlochrytyres.co.uk

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