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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

  • Sawmill Success

    The Dam has been quiet over the last week but the Sawmill can still produce a fish or two: Martin Timmins had a week to remember with a fish of 24lbs on Wednesday night and another today at 3lbs – bot ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 15 July 2017
  • Dam Success

    Saul Mackay showed that it’s still worth a cast on our Dam beat – a quick run through Pitlochry bank this morning producing a sea-liced fish of 10lbs on the fly – it can be done.  With good numbe ...

    by Guest
    Friday, 14 July 2017
  • Dam And Ruan Ruarie Success

    Not many anglers out at the moment but Martin Cavanagh showed that it's still worth a try with a fish of 8lbs yesterday afternoon on the spinner from Port-na-Craig bank. Further upstream at Ruan Ruari ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 01 July 2017
  • Good End To The Week

    It's been a quiet week on our Dam beat - still good numbers of fish about but not many anglers. Saul Mackay ventured out this evening, though, and was rewarded with a fish of 9lbs caught on the fly fr ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 24 June 2017
  • PLEASE WATCH OUT FOR TAGGED SALMON!

    This summer, from July on, a large number of salmon will be caught at Armadale on the Scottish north coast, tagged with acoustic tags of about 18 mm (¾”) in length by Marine Scotland Freshwater Fisher ...

    by Guest
    Friday, 23 June 2017
  • Sawmill Return

    Good numbers of fish continue to enter our beats and Andrew Khakoo was in the right place this morning to land a fresh fish of 10lbs on the fly on our Sawmill beat. Definitely worth a cast and hopeful ...

    by Guest
    Wednesday, 21 June 2017
  • Dam Fishing Well

    The river remains at a good height and our Dam beat continues to fish well: John Love persevered this week and was rewarded on his final day with a fish of 12 lbs from Pitlochry bank this morning; and ...

    by Guest
    Friday, 16 June 2017
  • Sawmill Return

    It was a quiet day at the Dam but the recent lift in water levels has brought our Sawmill beat back to life and Andrew Khakoo was able to take advantage with a fish of 9lbs on the fly this morning. Th ...

    by Guest
    Wednesday, 14 June 2017
  • First Tummel Fish!

    Conditions looked good today but the fish remained stubbornly uncooperative for the day rods - despite their best efforts. In the evening, though, new club member Bertie Warren got his first Tummel fi ...

    by Guest
    Tuesday, 13 June 2017
  • Excellent Start To The Week

    The river was at a good height this morning - prospects looked good - and with two fish caught it was an excellent start to the week: William Smith landed a fresh fish of 18lbs on the fly on Pitlochry ...

    by Guest
    Monday, 12 June 2017
  • Dam Fishing Well

    The river was settled and at a great height this morning – very promising. A couple of fish were lost on Port-na-Craig bank early on but Gavin Hutchison, on his first visit to the beat, managed to han ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 10 June 2017
  • Ticking Over

    Heavy rain overnight put water levels up again but with the river running clear this morning prospects looked good. It didn’t take long for Laurent Memeteau to take advantage, catching a fish of 9lbs ...

    by Guest
    Friday, 09 June 2017
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