Tel: 01738 828 249
51-53 Mill Street, Stanley
Perthshire, Scotland, PH1 4NL
Perthshire has a long golfing legacy, indeed it is ironic that James IV of Scotland, who tried to ban the game as it conflicted with archery practice, made the first recorded purchase of golfing equipment - a set of clubs from a Bow Maker in Perth in 1502!
Working in Partnership with VisitScotland Perthshire we are able to offer guests discounted rounds at 19 of Perthshire’s best courses through the Perthshire Green Card and the Highlands Golf Ticket. The ticket books will also include special vouchers for discounted admission to selected Perth Racecourse meetings and the selected Perthshire whisky distilleries including Bell’s Blair Athol Distillery, Dewar’s World of Whisky, the Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery and Tullibardine Distillery
For details of courses participating in each scheme please visit: www.perthshire.co.uk/golf
We are pleased to be able to offer the First in Fife Golf Pass. The Golf Pass is operated by 12 of Fife’s well known courses and offers discounted green fees when pre-paying for 3 or 5 rounds.
More clubs are joining every year so the benefits will only increase!
For details of the Golf Pass please visit: www.firstinfifegolf.com
Whatever type of course you prefer, whatever your handicap - if Golf is the reason for your visit to Scotland then by staying at the Tayside you are perfectly placed to enjoy some of the best on offer. And if you fancy a day off there are plenty of other activities and sights to keep you busy too.
Take into account our preferential rates for Golfers buying one of the above passes along with our ideal location just 5 minutes from the A9 north-south road, add in our home-from-home atmosphere and home cooked cuisine and we are sure you will agree that the Tayside is a great proposition for your Scottish golfing break.
As part of the scheme we are pleased to offer a few services to make your stay with us even more enjoyable:
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