Aberfoyle is a hilly course that lies only a mile out of the village on the main Stirling road.
It is one of the many James Braid-designed heathland courses in the country and was established back in 1890.
The course has stunning views west to Ben Lomond and south to the Campsie Hills. The views are worth the journey alone.
Although relatively short, it is a tricky course with a number of neat little holes including the fourth. The signature hole on the layout, named Alma, the fourth is best played with caution with an iron leaving a pitch to a small green cut into the hill.
The course is ideal for visitors, with an informal and friendly atmosphere making for an enjoyable day out.