The Gleneagles

18/18/18 Hole Resort

The PGA Centenary - 1st Hole
The PGA Centenary - 1st HoleThe King's - 9th HoleThe Queen's - 9th Hole

The Gleneagles

Gleneagles, PH3 1NF Auchterarder, Perthshire, UK

Phone: +44 1764 662231, Fax: +44 1764 662134

Golf Packages

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The Gleneagles Hotel

The Gleneagles Hotel 5 stars Deluxe

Scotland, UK

2 Nights B&B and 2 green fees

from 1109,- per person Learn more
The Gleneagles Hotel

The Gleneagles Hotel 5 stars Deluxe

Scotland, UK

3 Nights B&B and 2 green fees

from 1379,- per person Learn more


Gleneagles is an authentically Scottish experience, a destination for unparalleled fun and adventure in one of the most luxurious and beautiful settings imaginable. There are few places in the world that offer the same breadth of opportunities and activities as Gleneagles. Beginning its life in the glamorous age of travel when guests arrived in great style at Gleneagles’ very own train station, the 850-acre estate epitomises the natural beauty for which Scotland is famed.

Three distinct and challenging championship courses have established Gleneagles’ world-class reputation in golf but it is the glorious playground of other sports, country pursuits, culinary experiences and luxury hospitality that truly sets Gleneagles apart. Whether you come to play 18 holes, fly a Harris Hawk, ride horses, play tennis, go off-roading, train gundogs, shoot game, fish, enjoy Michelin-starred dining, or relax in an award-winning spa, Gleneagles is a golf experience, sporting estate and five-star country hotel like no other.


18-Hole PGA Centenary Course

Opened in 1993. Design: Jack Nicklaus. Style: Inland.

Terrain: Slightly undulating with water hazards

Blue (Men)7277-7296 yards
White (Men)7274-6788 yards
Yellow (Men)7172-6326 yards
Green (Men)7170-5904 yards
Green (Women)7275-5904 yards
Red (Women)7272-5263 yards

18-Hole Queen's Course

Opened in 1919. Design: James Braid. Style: Heathland.

Terrain: Undulating with water hazards

White (Men)6870-5926 yards
Yellow (Men)6868-5660 yards
Red (Women)7472-5495 yards

18-Hole King's Course

Design: James Braid. Style: Links/Inland.

Terrain: Undulating

Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard

Blue (Men)71-1336781 yards
White (Men)70731316462 yards
Yellow (Men)68711266057 yards
Green (Women)74751345864 yards
Red (Women)72711295221 yards

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range (24 tees, 6 covered)
  • Practice Area
  • Putting Green
  • Pitching Green
  • Chipping Green
  • Practice bunker
  • 3-Hole short course


All 3 Courses

Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.


Softspikes advisable.

No dogs allowed. Mobile phone permitted on course.

GPS devices approved.

Please note that The King's and Queen's Courses are walking courses and golf carts are not permitted unless required due to a medical condition.

Green Fees

Driving Range

Monday - Sunday
Bucket (70 balls)£7 (8 €)


Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Locker rooms
  • Sauna
  • Car park for dog owners
  • Club accepts credit cards
  • Pro Shop
  • Bar
  • Snack Bar
  • Beverage Cart


The Dormy


  • Clubs for hire
  • Trolley for hire
  • Electro-trolley for hire
  • Electro-cart for hire
  • Caddy
  • Caddy on request

Golf tuition

PGA® National Golf Academy

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1919
Membership: Available


DirectorGary Silcock
Pro-Shop ManagerAlyson Lilley
Head ProAndrew Jowett

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Ians 8 Reviews

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I've been to Gleneagles twice and on both occasions have had a fabulous time. Great golf courses and staff. Will be going back soon.

Kehi 7 Reviews
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Great place in a fantastic landscape.

We played the Kings Course and are thrilled.
Unfortunately, the price is quite steep and you can play for the same money in Scotland 4 similar but less well-known places. Therefore a punk deduction.

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Rich 32 Reviews
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PGA Course - A Freak

What is offered here for 195 pounds is an impertinence: spoiled tea boxes, unkempt fairways and vermooste greens. No ranger far and wide to accelerate the cheery hackle, and as a summit a forced pause after the 10, which finally destroys a timidly emerging gamery. If you want to do a favor, go around Gleneagles extensively.

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