The Blairgowrie Golf Club

About the course

Blairgowrie Golf Club is one of the most respected golf clubs in the UK, renowned for its rich history and championship courses. The club offers the famous Rosemount and Lansdowne Championship courses and our majestic nine-hole course, which are set in heather-lined avenues of pine and silver birch. The club was founded as a private members club in 1889 and is situated in the heart of the beautiful Perthshire countryside. All of our courses are consistently ranked in the top 100 golf courses in Scotland, so it’s no wonder so many people from near and far enjoy golf at Blairgowrie Golf Club. The Rosemount course, where Greg Norman won his first European Tour event. Designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie, the famous architect of Augusta National, and later extended by James Braid, Rosemount is considered one of Scotland’s finest inland courses and regularly appears in the UK Top 100. The Lansdowne course, which hosts major PGA and SGL tournaments. Designed by Peter Allis and Dave Thomas, the Lansdowne course has hosted a number of top regional and international championships. It offers a more challenging test routed through stands of pine and silver birch trees that emphasizes accuracy off the tee.  

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Ranking Scotland 35
Architect Alister MacKenzie
Year of foundation 1889
Par Course 72
Number of holes 36
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