Winner of the best golf course under £50 - Scottish golf tourism awards 2015

General

An 18-hole (6,259 yd) heathland layout, Alyth Golf Club was established in1895. The original 9 holes were designed by the master Old Tom Morris of St Andrews with James Braid completing the extension in 1934.

Playing the course demands constant attention as a combination of tree lined fairways and diverse rolling terrain make the emphasis on precision golf rather than distance, although both are required.

Alyth’s most demanding aspect however, might be it’s tranquil setting. Within the pines, silver birch and heather or overlooking the nearby hills, it is easy to lose yourself in the joys of a good game of golf with a layout so conceived that you barely notice other groups of golfers.

In 2015, Alyth beat off some stiff competition when it was awarded 'Best Course Under £50' at The Scottish Golf Tourism Awards. So if you want a great value-for-money day in Scotland, come and play here at Alyth.

In 2016, the Club took on the back 9 holes of the original Glenisla course, creating a challenging 9 hole course (3078 yards, Par 35) with the option to play 18 holes from different tees (6229yards, par 70)

We look forward to welcoming you to Alyth Golf Club!

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