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strathtayGolf in Highland Perthshire is fun! 
 
Now we don't want you to think that means we don't have quality courses that can be a challenge - our courses are all that.
 
But more than anything, we want you to enjoy a relaxed round of golf in stunning surroundings.  No good walks ruined here...
 
Our three 18 hole courses at Dunkeld, Aberfeldy and Pitlochry offer a great variety of terrains and challenges: dramatic ups and downs at Dunkeld, glorious views above Pitlochry and the delightful parkland setting of Aberfeldy as it straddles the River Tay.
 
Our 9 hole courses are no less individual - from the James Braid designed Blair Atholl, the extraordinary Strathtay by Grandtully, through to the beautiful Mains of Taymouth at Kenmore.
 
 
 

Blogs fom Highland Perthshire

  • River Tummel 2019 annual permits available online

    Trout and grayling annual permits 15 March 2019 to 14 March 2020 are now available online. The perfect Christmas gift for that fisherman in your life! ...

    by Guest
    Wednesday, 28 November 2018
  • Fly tying time of year again!

    Our friendly fortnightly fly tying evenings start shortly. These evenings are open to all anglers/fly tiers, not just Club members. Evenings are informal and members are happy to teach anyone who want ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 27 October 2018
  • Last Of The Season

    John Dargie caught our last fish of the season on Thursday - a 10lber on the fly from our Sawmill beat on the fly - a nice way to round off what has been a challenging year. John Dargie with the ...

    by Guest
    Monday, 15 October 2018
  • Dam Salmon

    Not many anglers out at the moment but Jock Stewart showed it's still worth a go landing a 6lb salmon on the fly on Pitlochry bank this afternoon.The river remains at a good height and with good numbe ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 29 September 2018
  • RECENT SNFFL COMPETITIONS ON THE RIVER TUMMEL

    Two SNFFL competitions took place recently on our Pitlochry to Ballinluig stretch of the River Tummel – full details are on http://www.sana.org.uk/snffl.html. The competition on 2 September was their ...

    by Guest
    Monday, 24 September 2018
  • Hill Lochs Continue To Fish Well

    As the weather has settled down to more like what we come to expect in the hills for this time of year, rather than the roasting we all endured earlier in the season,I am pleased to report that both l ...

    by Guest
    Monday, 03 September 2018
  • Loch Bhac - September update

    The recent return to cooler (more normal) weather has resulted in improved fishing at Loch Bhac. Fish are free-rising and well dispersed around the loch and with a September stocking planned, prospect ...

    by Guest
    Sunday, 02 September 2018
  • Sawmill Sea Trout

    Not many anglers out at the moment and it has been quiet since last week’s rise in water levels. Andrew Khakoo was successful this morning, though, with a sea trout of 1lb caught in Sawmill. Still wor ...

    by Guest
    Thursday, 30 August 2018
  • Dam Fishing Well

    The rise in river level really seems to have livened things up at the Dam: Jim Fisher caught two fish on Pitlochry bank this evening at 9 and 10lbs, both on the fly. It'll be interesting to see what t ...

    by Guest
    Tuesday, 21 August 2018
  • Dam Salmon

    Not many anglers out at the moment but with a rise in water levels yesterday conditions looked more promising. Martin Wilson took advantage and was rewarded with a fish of 7lbs caught on the fly from ...

    by Guest
    Tuesday, 21 August 2018
  • Sawmill Success

    After the prolonged dry spell the recent lift in water levels seems to be having a positive effect: Paul Carter followed up on his recent success at Ruan Ruarie with a fish of 8lbs caught on the fly t ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 04 August 2018
  • July Hill Lochs Report

    Since the unusually long heatwave and drought conditions we all endured in June and July,I am glad to report that both hill lochs are fishing well.Bhac rainbows being tempted by buzzers,nymphs and dri ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 04 August 2018
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