Pitlochry Golf Club
Golf Course Road,
Pitlochry, Perth & Kinross PH16 5QY
Tel : +44 (0)1796 472 792 Fax : +44 (0)1796 473 599

Pitlochry sets the golfer a great opening game and cardiovascular challenge as the first three holes are set against a steep slope. However as one gets to the top of the hill the beautiful rugged scenery allows one to breath in deeper and take in the 'breathtaking' scenery!

North side of Pitlochry (A9). 45 km northwest of Perth

Course Details

Course Name: Pitlochry Holes: 18 Yardage: 5811 SSS: 69
A course once described as the place where 'Golf, beauty and the social life, go hand in hand' . In the warm summer months when the skies are clear it has some of the most uplifting views to be found anywhere in the world. Although not one of this fair country's longest courses, if a golfer achieves a score under par here, he or she will have played exceptionally well. With the winding fairways climbing up the hillside, across the gorges and valleys, before leading back down to the club house and finishing over the meandering burn, you will know that you have played over a good golfing challenge.

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Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment
  • Golf outing

    Craig Hannah wrote on: Jan 23, 2005

    Can you please get me a price for a golf outing, we are a amateur football team looking to play 1 round only at pitlochry golof club.
    We would like a breakfast or hot roll on arrival and a meal after the 18 holes.We would like a price for a party off 20 and 25.. thanks


  • RE: Pitlochry

    wrote on: Jun 4, 2004

    Put a flat cap on, a pipe in your mouth and a couple of hickory shafted clubs under your arm.


  • Pitlochry

    Malcolm Orr wrote on: Apr 29, 2004

    Played at Pitlochry during a golfing weekend in Scotland and it definitely was the highlight. Scenery made it, course was not bad too .... seemed odd to be looking down at RAF Fighter Jets flying through the glens below.