Membership offer: Alyth Golf Club

Alyth

Alyth Golf Club has extended its golfing provision from 18 holes to 27 holes by taking over the beautiful back nine at the adjacent Glenisla Course.

This results in a fantastic golfing package catering for members wanting to play a quick nine holes or a full 18.

Alyth itself is a demanding golf course originally designed by the legendary Old Tom Morris, before James Braid completed the extension in 1934.

The course demands constant attention, with a variety of tree and heather lined fairways and a diverse rolling terrain.

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The course is set in a blissfully tranquil setting, within the silver birch, pine and heather laced holes, overlooked by hills to the north and south.

The new addition to the family is the back nine of Glenisla, which is in fantastic condition and boasts great scenery, variety of holes and challenges weaving between the Alyth Burn, and around the small lake.

Alyth and Glenisla courses have both been successful at the Scottish Golf Tourism Awards, with best Course and Best value under £50 respectively at the 2015 and 2014 awards.

Current offers

Full (Alyth & Glenisla): £565
Alyth (18 holes): £525
Glenisla (Nine holes): £255
Intermediate (aged 31-35): £475
Intermediate (aged 26-30): £400
Intermediate (aged 18-25): £280
Country (50+ miles): £280
Junior (aged 16-17): £30
Junior (aged 15 & under): £10

Monthly payments scheme available

Contact

Phone: 01828 632268
Email: info@alythgolfclub.co.uk
alythgolfclub.co.uk
Facebook: Search for 'Alyth Golf'
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