The world-class Gleneagles King’s Course, a Ryder Cup Venue, is located in Perthshire just 60 minutes drive from St Andrews as you head North towards the Highlands of Scotland. This stunning course is widely regarded as the top Heathland style Course in all of Scotland. Its Sibling Courses, Queens and The PGA Centenary are also magnificent.
The King’s course screams everything Scottish. Elevation changes, monstrous bunkers, heather, great sightlines and some great golf holes Braid employs Forrest, woods, water features, and utilises the lands natural hollows to shape out many of the holes. Keeping with the Estates 5 Star Experience the course is always immaculately presented and a joy to play.
Expect huge deep bunkers, blind shots, and danger around every corner. The course is not long with some superb short holes and an overall sense that this is the ideal amount of challenge you would want to experience in a round of golf.
The Gleneagles area of Scotland is spectacular. Some of the views you will experience will live with you forever. The Course and its beginnings are steeped in Golf history. In 1921 there the first-ever International Golf challenge between America and Britain took place on The Queens Course. The British team made up of many Scots, including Braid himself, defeated the team of American amateurs. Shortly after it the challenge became a regular event and this is believed by many to have evolved into what is now The (Sam) Ryder Cup.
If you are planning on heading up to the Scottish Highlands to Play Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart, or one of the other Hidden Gems like Boat o Garten. Then you might want to stop en route and spend an evening at the world-class Gleneagles Golf Resort. The Queen’s course was designed by Renowned Scottish Golf Architect James Braid. The PGA Centenary is a Jack Nicklaus Design.
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