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Crieff Golf Club

Booking hotline 01764 652909

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Golf Society Special Offers from Crieff Golf Club

Dornock course at Crieff Golf Club A great deal offers you and up to three friends the chance to play our 9 hole Dornock course twice. Situated on gently sloping parkland, this course is a fair yet challenging experience for everyone from seasoned golfers to newcomers to the sport, and you can soak up amazing views of the beautiful surrounding countryside as you swing. Even better afterwards relax and enjoy a bacon roll and choice of tea or coffee in our Clubhouse lounge. Options: (Monday through to Sunday) 18 hole round of golf on the Dornock course for 2 with bacon rolls & hot drink for £22.00 reduced from £44.00 18 hole round of golf on the Dornock course for 4 with bacon rolls & hot drink for £44.00 reduced from £88.00. To book please call the Pro Shop on 01764 652909 quoting "Dornock Special" or email

Crieff Golf Club
Perth Road

Telephone: 01764 652909

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Course Details

Type: Parkland

Length: 6,493 yards

Par: 71 Parkland Course

Society Green Fees

Weekday rounds from: £27/£32

Weekend rounds from: £32/£36

Course Description

Crieff Golf Club is regarded as one of the best inland places to play in Scotland. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside, right in the heart of Perthshire and, despite being only an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh, it provides a feeling of escapism.

Built on gently sloping parkland, which was once the grounds of Ferntower House, the 18-hole Ferntower Course combines stunning views of the Strathearn Valley with a superb test of golf.

The fairways are generous and there’s not much in the way of rough. However, that doesn’t mean it is to be taken lightly.

Accompanying the Ferntower is the nine-hole Dornock Course which, over the past few years, has become increasingly popular among visiting society groups.

St Johnstone Football Club has its annual golf event on the course every year and the club’s associate director, Roddy Grant, is glowing in his recommendation for Crieff as a society host venue.

“We keep coming back to Crieff every year because the condition of the course is always very good, the clubhouse is relaxed and comfortable, the catering is excellent and the staff are very friendly,” he said.

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