The King's Course

The King's Course, opened in 1919, is a masterpiece of golf course design, which has tested the aristocracy of golf, both professional and amateur. James Braid's plan for the King's Course was to test even the best players' shot-making skills over the eighteen holes.

The Queen's Course

The Queen's Course

The natural beauty of the Queen's Course inspires the world's most experienced players. The Queen's Course, in its long history, has played host to some of the world's golfing greats. The beautiful settings and the challenge of the golf course have attracted such top golfers as Johnny Miller, Greg Norman, Seve Ballesteros, Tom Watson, and Lee Trevino, as well as great names from the entertainment and sports worlds including Sean Connery, Burt Lancaster, Bing Crosby, Jackie Stewart, and astronaut Alan Shepard (the only man to hit a golf shot on the moon).

The PGA® Centenary Course

The PGA® Centenary Course, created by Jack Nicklaus, is a modern classic. Even for a champion and acclaimed golf architect like Nicklaus, The PGA Centenary Course was a challenge. It had to be a great golf course and, set as it is in the heart of Scotland, the country that gave the world golf, Nicklaus described the course as "The finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with".

The PGA® Centenary Course, created by Jack Nicklaus, is a modern classic. Even for a champion and acclaimed golf architect like Nicklaus, The PGA Centenary Course was a challenge. It had to be a great golf course and, set as it is in the heart of Scotland, the country that gave the world golf, Nicklaus described the course as "The finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with".

The PGA® Centenary Course, created by Jack Nicklaus, is a modern classic. Even for a champion and acclaimed golf architect like Nicklaus, The PGA Centenary Course was a challenge. It had to be a great golf course and, set as it is in the heart of Scotland, the country that gave the world golf, Nicklaus described the course as "The finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with".

Gleneagles


Gleneagles is famous for its world class golf courses; the King’s Course, the Queen’s Course and the PGA Centenary Course. Gleneagles has hosted the European Tour’s Johnnie Walker Championship since 1999 and is set to be the venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup. All of the courses at Gleneagles flaunt natural beauty and an inspiring golfing journey. After you’ve worked up an appetite attempting to conquer some of the course’s challenging holes you can escape to Gleneagles’ hotel, a luxury estate set back in the Scottish countryside. Indulge in some fine dining in one of the hotel’s several first class restaurants.


Tournaments hosted in across all courses:

• Curtis Cup • Women’s British Open • Scottish Open • McDonald’s WPGA Championship of Europe • Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles


King’s Course

Founded: 1919
Designer(s): James Braid
Yardage: 6,471
Par: 70

Queen’s Course

Founded: 1918
Designer(s): James Braid
Yardage: 5,965
Par: 68

PGA Centenary Course

Founded: 1993
Designer(s): Jack Nicklaus
Yardage: 6,757
Par: 72


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Gleneagles at a Glance

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The Blue Bar

Andrew Fairlie

Gleneagles Activities

Gym, Spa & Pool at Gleneagles

The Strathaern Restaurant

Gleneagles Grounds

The Dormy Clubhouse

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