Membership Offer - Tulliallan

Tulliallan

One of the oldest clubs in central Scotland, Tulliallan is a hugely impressive parkland layout nestled in the heart of Kincardine

With tree-lined fairways and a burn that meanders through most of the course, as well as scenic views of the River Forth, Ochil Hills and Forth Valley, it makes for a very enjoyable experience.

There are plenty of standout holes on the course, but the signature hole is undoubtedly the par-4 16th. Normally played into a prevailing wind, it was recently redesigned to fantastic effect with a new burn in front of the green and two new ponds to the left.

The most impressive part of the round will likely be the greens, which the club is renowned for and are regarded amongst the best in the region. The course always stands up well to even the worst weather conditions thanks to its excellent drainage, making it a great choice for all year round golf.

Tulliallan should be high on your list for membership.

Current Offers

Full: £690
Five-Day: £545
Senior: £545
Flexible*: £300
Youth (18-20): £300
Junior Senior: £75

*Flexible membership inc. 15 rounds, official handicap and opportunity to sign on guests at reduced rate.

No joining fee, no waiting list.

Contact details

T: 01259 730798
E: professional@tulliallangolf.co.uk 
W: tulliallangolf.co.uk
F: Search for ‘Tulliallan Golf Club’ 
T: @tulliallanpro

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