Alyth Strathmore Golf Centre
Alyth, Perthshire PH11 8NZ
Tel : +44 (0)1828 633322 Fax : +44 (0)1828 633533

Alyth Strathmore Golf Centre was built 1994, and became fully operational in June 1996. Pay and Play Courses, 18 hole course and 9 hole course, Driving Range, Putting Green, Pitching Area, Practice Bunker, Fully Licensed Clubhouse - (Open to Public), Tuition at Colin Smith's Golf Academy, Visitors and Societies always welcome.

8 km east of Blairgowrie, off A926. 25 km Northwest Of Dundee (just off B924)

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 12 July 1999.
Royal Perth Golfing Society Site - No Longer Play at the North Inch. Now play At Strathmore Golf Centre.
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Course Details

Course Name: Rannaleroch Holes: 18 Yardage: 6454 SSS: 72
Set in undulating parkland with hundreds of mature and thousands of newly planted trees the course is forgiving of inexperience, yet presents a stern test of golf from the white tees for low handicappers.
The generous greens are great targets, but their undulations make holing out a greater challenge. Laid out in two loops beginning and ending at the clubhouse, presents a good variety of holes in length , par and character. The four Par 3s, in particular, each present an individual challenge, ranging from 122 to 224 yards, while the 5th, one of the four challenging par 5s, requires a 160 yard carry over water from the white tees.
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Course Name: Leitfie Links Holes: 9 Yardage: 1666 SSS: 29
This is a simple but challenging 9 hole course which is a great option for beginners, those pushed for time or even for a warm up.

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Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment
  • RE: Disappointing

    wrote on: Nov 29, 2003

    Mr McKay is probably referring to the 9 hole course as it is the only course we allow t shirts on.Smart jeans are fine.
    As for slow play, it is every golfers responsibility to keep pace with the group ahead. We have found that waving a group through benefits only one group - those waved through. Those who do not benefit are those who stood aside and the next 3 or 4 groups behind.
    With regard to drinking on the course, this is now becoming the norm on ALL courses. Unfortunately those doing it are members of private members courses,where should it happen there, would be in uproar, but as they are on an away day feel it is fine.We are taking more active steps for 2004 to eradicate drinking on the course, but until the searchiong of golf bags is allowed there will always be those who will drink on golf courses. Look at America they actively encourage it!
    Should you find anyone drinking alcohol on our course and behaving inappropriately then please report it to the staff. I will also refund your green fee or offer you a courtesy round if you have been offended by such behaviour.
    Christopher Spencer
    General Manager


  • Disappointing

    Gordon McKay - Visitor wrote on: Oct 20, 2003

    Played the course in late September and was pleasantly surprised by the condition of a relatively young course.
    Our day was ruined by locals, playing in jeans and t-shirts swigging cans of lager from their bags and swearing loudly. Not just the group of 4 in front of us but all around the course. It took nearly 5 hours to complete our round and although the pro made regular visits in his buggy he never once moved anybody on for slow play.
    Unlikely we will be back!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jeff Cowell, h'cap 15 12/98

    Jeff Cowell, h'cap 15 wrote on: Nov 30, 1998

    This nine-hole course is attached to the 18 hole course. It is in excellent condition and is far superior to other 'orphan' 9-hole courses I have played. Greens were excellent in late September and fairways were decent to good. This course won't unduly punish a beginner and is a fair test for a medium handicapper. Highly recommend the Old Stables self-catering in nearby Alyth for golfers. Hosts are golfers and provide a great breakfast.
    Tennessee USA