While most people visit Perth with the view of exploring its spectacular landscape, there are some who travel the length of the United Kingdom, exploring the different golf courses that this region has to offer.
Killin, on the shores of Loch Tay, is arguably one of Scotland’s hidden gems. It offers its visitors a scenic view of the parkland, where they can tee off without a care in the world. With a view of the Perthshire Highlands, visitors have described it as being the most beautiful 9-hole golf course in Scotland – very high acclaim!
The golf club itself offers a 9-hole course and 18 different teeing positions for the golfers, giving the best of the best a much-needed challenge and an introductory golf experience to those who lack the skill but want to get stuck in nevertheless.
The clubhouse is open between March and October and hosts a whole range of facilities – full catering and bar facilities are available to welcome guests to the clubhouse, ensuring that they are able to reward their hard work with a tipple or two post-tee – either celebrating their success on the course or else commiserating their failures.
If you’re less confident on the green than you’d care to admit to, Killin’s PGA Professional Ryan Scott is there to give you a helping hand in lowering your handicap if need be. The course offers a range of services including club and buggy hire, a practice area to fine tune your tee shots and a putting green to give you the cutting edge in precision when lining up the money shot.
Fancy putting your money where your mouth is? The golf course regularly hosts Club Open Competitions, giving you the opportunity to show off your skills and play at a higher level in a competitive environment.