Friday 18th January
The course is CLOSED due to snow and frost.
The use of mats is mandatory.
Driving Range is Open everyday except MONDAY 12-4pm.
Blair Atholl CLOSED due to snow and frost.
Pitlochry Golf is one of the finest inland golfing facilities in Scotland and we welcome everyone to be a part of our great golfing experience –from the fantastic course with sweeping views of the Tummel Valley to our state of the art clubhouse serving great food and drink – delivering fantastic service and value.
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. 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.
From a warm welcome right through to making sure you enjoyed your round after you walk off the 18th green, our staff are here to help you enjoy your day.Find Out More
“1st time played, loved it, played Gleneagles prevoius day, preferred
Pitlochry. Well done.”
“Green fee £ 40. Highlands golf at its best. Up and down, amazing greens, magnificent views, the course is not long, but fun, fun, fun. The clubhouse houses the citys best restaurant”
“Amazing place, great food, great views - fabulous! I am knacked!!”
“We have as always enjoyed our week in Pitlochry especially looking forward to the lovely food and excellent service. Thank you.”
Pitlochry Golf Club offers visitors the chance to play one of Perthshire’s most visually stunning golf courses and a fitting challenge for those of all handicaps. So come along, join in and taste for yourself golf experience at Pitlochry.