Buchanan Castle Golf Club

Drymen (2.4 miles)

Holes: 18
Par: 70
Length: 6131 yards

Buchanan Castle Golf Club is a tranquil, relatively level, parkland course framed by tall, ancient trees and the River Endrick. The course was deigned by James Braid in 1936, who also famously designed The King’s Course at Gleneagles. There is a charming clubhouse with bar and restaurant, and a walled courtyard patio area offers outside dining and leads to the course itself.

Featuring certain obstacles with some dog-legged holes formed around carefully positioned trees, a network of small burns (streams) and a troublesome pond on the par 3, 8th hole , the course is an interesting gem surrounded by majestic scenery.

In addition to the 18 hole course, there is a par 3 practice course, a well stocked pro shop and a lessons are available from the PGA teaching professional.

Beautiful food, much of which is sourced from local ingredients, along with an extensive range of Scottish whisky, gins and beers.

Balfron Golf Club

Balfron (7.6 miles)

Holes: 18
Par: 72
Yards: 6094

A Beautiful 18 hole golf course set in an area of natural beauty in West Stirlingshire

just 20 miles north of Glasgow. The course offers stunning views of the Loch Lomond and Campsie Mountains.

Clubs are available to hire but must be pre-booked by emailing

The Carrick Golf Course at Cameron House

Alexandria (11 miles)

Holes: 18
Par: 71
Yards: 7082

Nine holes on the high road, nine on the low road. Golfers should prepare themselves for an epic journey of stunning greens, majestic highland backdrops brilliantly peppered with bunkers and of course the world’s most beautiful water hazard – the great loch itself.

The Ladies Scottish Open, the PGA Cup, and the Europro Tour. All have been held at The Carrick, and it’s easy to see why. From the championship tees, The Carrick is a par 71 and 7,082 yards long. A test for even the most established player. Thankfully, four more teeing options make this utterly stunning and uniquely situated course enjoyable for every level of golfer.

A fantastic clubhouse offers excellent quality meals throughout the day and there is also an award winning pro shop.


Auchterarder (39 miles)

Three 18 hole courses – The King’s Course, The Queen’s Course and the PGA Centenery Course

Gleneagles is one of the greatest names in the world of golf. With three of the top golf courses in Scotland and as recent hosts of The Ryder and Solheim Cups, it’s easy to see why.

The  beautiful golf courses in Perthshire, in equally beautiful settings, are as much fun for novices to play as they are for the pros. One of the great golf resorts in Scotland.

Stathendrick Golf Club

Drymen (1.3 miles)

Holes: 9
Par: 33
Yards: 2511

Located within Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Strathendrick Golf Club is easily accessible within 30 mins from Glasgow or Stirling.

Designed by Willie Fernie of Troon in 1901, this excellent 9 hole parkland course is bounded by the banks of the River Endrick and from its elevated position offers breathtaking panoramic views of Ben Lomond, the Luss Hills and the Campsies.  Such is the varying layout and length of each hole that you may have to utilise every club in your bag during your round. From its challenging par 3’s to one of the longest par 5’s in Stirlingshire, there is plenty of opportunity to develop your game at Strathendrick.

The quaint 1901 ‘C’ Listed pavilion clubhouse adds further appeal.

St. Andrews

St. Andrews (68.5 miles)

Ten 18 hole courses

St. Andrews Old Course
Par: 72
Yards: 6670

The home of golf where the sport has been played for over 600 years, St Andrews boasts no fewer than 10 superb 18 hole links courses. The Old Course is the oldest and most iconic golf course in the world, where The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are recognised across the globe. The greatest feature of the Old Course is that despite its grand status it remains a public golf course, open to all.

Aberfoyle Golf Club

Braeval (11.5 miles)

Holes: 18
Par: 66
Yards: 5158

Aberfoyle Golf Club sits at the foot of the Menteith Hills, on the southern border of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.  The views are breathtaking, from Ben Lomond in the west, down the upper valley of the River Forth, to Stirling Castle in the east. 

The course itself is quite short, but requires a wide variety of imagination and shot-making. It is ideal for both high and low handicap players and is an ideal country location for group outings.

Callander Golf Club

Callendar (22 miles)

Holes: 18
Par: 64
Yards: 4470

Nestled in the heart of the Trossachs, Callander is surrounded by spectacular scenery and offers a true Scottish golf experience.

We’re conveniently located too, less than an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh, a short walk from Callander Main Street and a stone’s throw from incredible attractions, such as Ben Ledi and the Bracklinn Falls.

Royal Troon Golf Club

Troon (50 miles)

Holes: 18
Par: 74
Yards: 7208

Royal Troon’s Old Course was founded in 1878, expanded to 18 holes 10 years later and re-designed by five-time Champion Golfer James Braid ahead of its first Open in 1923. It will host its 10th Open in 2024.

Designed in the traditional out-and-back manner of the Old Course at St Andrews, Troon is a striking links course and concludes with a back nine as tough as any finish in the world.  Founded in 1878, Royal Troon is renowned as one of the greatest links courses and last hosted The Open in 2016.