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The 9-hole course itinerary

Milnathort is a traditional village golf club situated in the village of Milnathort in scenic Kinross-shire.

The course is set on gently undulating parkland and drains very well. Additional tees have been added at three of the holes to give the nine-hole course more variety. Highlights are two double greens and strategically placed plantations.
  • Address: South Street, Milnathort, Kinross KY13 9XA
  • Tel: 01577 864069
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  • Size: 9 Holes
  • Length: 5973 ( for 18 holes)
  • Type: Parkland
  • Par: 71
  • SSS: 69 
Gleneagles likes to call its 9 hole course the Wee Course as its fun to play, and they certainly aren't wrong.

It is a light alternative to the bigger three courses for both beginners and experts and recalls the original nine-hole course, constructed in 1928 by the head greenkeeper, George Alexander, and staff from the hotel. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Falkland is situated in the picturesque village of Falkland in the shadow of the East Lomond Hills.

The course provides superb views of the Lomonds, across Auchtermuchty and North towards Perth. This nine-hole course is relatively flat and is distinguished by several burns that meander throughout. The signature hole is the second hole and is the only par five on the course. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comrie Golf course is situated in the most beautiful part of Perthshire and close to the village.

The course consists of nine holes with magnificent views over the Strathearn valley. There are some notable par threes, the third and the fifth, which require a good accurate tee shot to reach the green. The ninth tee shot is played through an avenue of trees. The greens are always in excellent condition and, generally, golfers of all abilities will find it a challenging experience to play.

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