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Gleneagles Hotel

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Gleneagles Hotel

Bed and Breakfast

3 nights | 3 rounds

Travel May 2021 - September 2021

from £968pp

Our highlight 1 round Kings /1 round Queens / 1 round PGA Centenary

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There are three championship courses set on the 850 acre Perthshire estate.   The PGA course, which was the venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup and 2019 Solheim Cup, is the highlight, but the superb Kings course, and the gentler but no less enjoyable Queens layout, are among the UK`s best moorland golf courses. 

Gleneagles is just an hours drive from both Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports and while the focus is very much on golf, the hotel is home to a huge range of facilities and amenities.  There`s everything from clay pigeon shooting to off road driving outside and an award winning spa, state of the art gym and a shopping arcade inside. 

Guests at Gleneagles are also spoiled for choice when it comes to dining.  Relaxed options are on offer in the Clubhouse and Deseo, while more formal dining is available in the superb Strathearn and at Andrew Fairlie, Gleneagles' Michelin starred restaurant.  And, no trip to Gleneagles would be complete without afternoon tea or a cocktail/single malt in The Bar.  Be sure to enjoy a bite to eat and drink the stunning Dormy Clubhouse too.

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Onsite Courses

Gleneagles Kings Course

The Kings course at Gleneagles is regarded by many as the finest inland golf course in Scotland.  Designed by James Braid, the Kings is considered to be one of his finest pieces of work. Now over 100 years old, the course is constantly improving due to constant investment.

As for the course itself, the 1st hole is fantastic, a wide fairway should leave a shot up a steep incline to a green that runs from back to front. Go too long and you’ll have a very quick chip down the green or be short and you’ll have a 60 yard pitch back up. The Kings at Gleneagles is full of amazing holes; from driveable par 4’s, long par 3’s (the 11th is a favourite) and risk/reward par 5’s; it really does have it all. On the homeward stretch, the 18th is a fantastic finishing hole; find the gap between the two mounds and you’ve got a nice approach onto a massive green – right in front of the clubhouse. The green is certainly one that has seen many 3 putts over the years I’d imagine.

For sheer beauty, use of natural landscapes and an all-round experience, the Kings at Gleneagles is certainly one to be considered.

Gleneagles Queens Course

The Queens course at Gleneagles is a fantastic course and should be on any itinerary when you visit this part of Scotland. It is considerably shorter than the Kings and PGA courses but in no way is it easy. The lack of length around the Queens is due to there being an array of par 3’s and only one par 5 making birdie chances a rarity.

The Queens at Gleneagles is the prettiest of all the Gleneagles courses and allows you more to enjoy the beauty of the place. It’s ideal for a relaxing round if you’re staying at the hotel after playing the other courses – you may even shoot a good score.

The highlight of the round at the Queens is the 15th hole – a typical risk/reward par 4 that could yield an eagle. If you play it well, then it’s definitely something to treasure.

Gleneagles PGA Centenary

The PGA course at Gleneagles has played host to some of the most prestigious events on the golfing calendar; the 2014 Ryder Cup and the 2019 Solheim Cup where both times Europe has been victorious. Although all 3 courses at Gleneagles are fantastic, the PGA course has a special feel to it that you don’t get at many courses.

Designed by the Golden Bear himself, Jack Nicklaus made sure Gleneagles PGA course was simply stunning to the eye as well as providing a stern test for all golfers. The course is simply fantastic in all weathers, mostly due to the sub-air system used to ensure the course is playable at all times – especially important in Central Scotland. The course itself offers fantastic views over to Ben Shee. The features on the PGA course is replicant of some US courses – with massive bunkers lining the fairways and major slopes around the greens. There is a major benefit to those who possess a good distance and the ability to hit a high ball flight into the greens.

The favourite holes on the PGA course are 14 and 15 – where there’s a couple of birdie chances if you can avoid being distracted by your surroundings. The back 9 definitely has a few chances for scoring if you can survive the front 9. By playing here, you can emulate Tommy Fleetwood who won the Johnie Walker Championship in 2013 which was his first PGA tour win. Even better if you can emulate his -18 score for 4 rounds.

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