Gleneagles Golf Courses
Gleneagles was already one of the finest golfing centres in Britain with three classic championship courses, but its fame is set to reach new heights when it hosts the Ryder Cup in 2014 from 26-28 September.
Designed by James Braid and opened in 1919, the Kings lays claim to being the best inland course in Scotland and is certainly one of the most beautiful.
18 holes, 6559 yards, par 72 (SSS 73)
Also designed by James Braid. This challenging course threads through high ridges with lovely woodland settings and a lochan.
18 holes, 5965 yards, par 68 (SSS 70)
PGA Centenary Course
The American-style classic, designed by Jack Nicklaus, is the longest inland course in Scotland. It has spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Nicklaus has described the PGA Centenary as ‘the finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with’.
18 holes, 7088 yard, par 72 (SSS 73)
PGA National Academy Course
A light alternative for both beginners and experts.
9 holes, par 27