Play at Strathmore Golf Centre for just £10

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This Friday (May 6), visitors will be able to play the Rannaleroch Course at Strathmore Golf Centre for just £10 to mark its 20th birthday.

The scenic Perthshire layout was the venue for the inaugural Scottish Girls Open Stroke Play Championship with an international field of 102 players competing over 54 holes on the par-72 Rannaleroch Course.

Designed by John Salvesen, the Rannaleroch Course features generous greens, with their undulations make holing out a greater challenge than you might expect.

The four par-3s each present an individual challenge, ranging from 122 to 224 yards, while the fifth, a challenging par-5, requires a 160-yard carry over water from the white tees.


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Set in undulating parkland with hundreds of mature trees, the Rannaleroch Course is forgiving of inexperience, yet presents a stern test of golf from the white tees for low handicappers.

The team at Strathmore want as many golfers as possible to come and see for themselves what a fantastic course Strathmore has become and have this special rate for readers.

For the first 20 golfers to book and celebrate 20 years of Rannaleroch, you can get a round of golf on Friday for only £10. Also, every golfer who plays on the day will be put into a prize draw to win a brand new 18-hole lithium golf trolley from Powerbug.

Strathmore Golf Centre :: Book your round

If you’re free this Friday and want to come along, call 01828 633322 to book or email

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