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St Fillans Golf Course is a 9 hole delight, set in a picturesque valley between the high hills around, the views are lovely, with the friendly Club House providing refreshments, light lunches, and home cooking.  The course offers a fair and interesting challenge was designed by renowned Scottish professional golfer, Willie Auchterlonie, who at 21 years of age won the 1893 Open Championship.  

There are many wonderful 9-holers locally, with affordable green fees - all beautifully maintained, peaceful and quiet - often you just put your money in an honesty box and tee off at your leisure. Charming club-houses and friendly people in gentle communities, it is all good for the soul. 

Comrie Golf Course (just 6 miles towards Crieff), is another lovely 9 hole course on hilly terrain with great views, almost like a mini Gleneagles.   Talking of the famous Gleneagles, it is located in Auchterarder. just a 20 minute drive away. Worth taking a look, and the main Gleneagles Hotel is a lovely destination for coffee, all beautifully served.   And perfect for an 'afternoon tea' with sandwiches, scones, cakes, in glorious surroundings.  Pre-booking essential.

See our Things to Do page for links to the website of various other Golf Courses

Perthshire offers up the intrinsic element that all golf lovers relish - a delightful golf course set amongst a beautiful backdrop of stunning scenery which can only heighten the pleasure.

There are around 36 golf courses within an hour from St. Fillans, not forgetting to go West and savour the delights of Stirlingshire's fine courses.

You might also combine your visit with a day trip out to the 'Kingdom' of Fife on the East Coast. Golf has been a way of life in Fife for 500 years and there are some 45 courses to suit all tastes. St Andrew's Old Links must rank as one of the most famous in the world, but there are other stunning courses, along the coastline - try, Crail, Anstruther, Pittenweem - all in quaint and picturesque Scottish fishing villages.

And when you come to the end of the day, your round is over, imagine yourself sitting back with your feet up, enjoying a fine Scottish Malt, recounting one of your most pleasurable days of golf!