Founded in 1911, the club moved to its present course in 1935, which is a nine-hole parkland layout that offers magnificent views of the Perthshire countryside as its backdrop.
Although short at 2, 350-yards from the medal tees, the course presents a good challenge in the form of narrow fairways and receptive greens. The putting surfaces are hidden behind a series of tricky bunkers and are generally small with subtle borrows.
The signature hole, the 205-yard ninth, plays from an elevated tee to a plateau green, which has been described as "just large enough to park a fiesta", but like the other greens it's in excellent condition.
Just three miles from Crieff and six miles from Gleneagles, Muthill is located well for golfers after a round or as part of a trip to Perth and Kinross.