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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

  • Dam Fishing Well

    When Tony Brown lost a good fish early this morning on Port-na-Craig bank it looked as if it could be one of those days. More was to come, though, and with three fish caught it turned out to be an exc ...

    by Guest
    Friday, 19 May 2017
  • Fishing Well

    Two fish were caught at the Dam today – not too bad given the conditions. Saul Mackay was the angler on form - continuing his good run with fish at 18 and 8lbs both caught on the fly from Pitlochry ba ...

    by Guest
    Wednesday, 17 May 2017
  • Mixed Fortunes!

    More frustration for the day rods on the river yesterday (Tuesday) - lots of fish about but none willing to take - a now familiar pattern. Late in the evening, though, Jim Fisher ventured out to try a ...

    by Guest
    Wednesday, 17 May 2017
  • Good Start To The Week

    Heavy rain was forecast for today but it didn’t come to much – the river remains low and clear. It was a pleasant fishing day, though, and with one fish caught it wasn’t a bad start to the week: Jim F ...

    by Guest
    Monday, 15 May 2017
  • Good Catches

    It's been a frustrating week on the Dam - no lack of fish but they haven't been in the mood - despite the best efforts of the rods. This evening, though, the deadlock was broken: Martin Wilson landed ...

    by Guest
    Friday, 12 May 2017
  • Dam And Sawmill Produce

    Lots of fish moving at the Dam - especially first thing - but with wall to wall sunshine it was hard going and the day rods had no luck. In the evening, though, Martin Wilson landed a superb fish of 2 ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 06 May 2017
  • Sawmill Return

    It was a frustrating day at the Dam - no shortage of fish but none willing to take - the bright sunshine didn't make things easy. Sawmill continues to fish well, though, - Gordon Nichol landed a nice ...

    by Guest
    Thursday, 04 May 2017
  • Steady Catches

    Bright sunshine today but with plenty of fish on the move and two caught it was another good day at the Dam: Roy Longair caught a sea-liced fish of 11lbs on the fly from Pitlochry bank this morning; a ...

    by Guest
    Wednesday, 03 May 2017
  • Dam Picks Up

    Settled weather made for more pleasant fishing conditions and with two quality fish caught it was an excellent day at the Dam: Peter Fitzpatrick got things going with a fish of 12lbs on the spinner ea ...

    by Guest
    Tuesday, 02 May 2017
  • REPLACEMENT OF OUTFALL PIPE AT BALLINLUIG WASTEWATER TREATMENT WORKS - SAFETY NOTICE

    Work will be taking place from 2 May to approximately 16 May to replace a broken outfall pipe at Ballinluig Wastewater Treatment Works on the east blank of the River Tummel just above the bridge at Ba ...

    by Guest
    Tuesday, 02 May 2017
  • Sawmill And Ruan Ruarie Returns

    Last week the wind blew downstream and yesterday (Monday) it blew upstream – other than that not much changed at the Dam – fish showing but none willing to take – despite the best efforts of the rods. ...

    by Guest
    Tuesday, 02 May 2017
  • Sawmill Success

    The river cleared nicely overnight and with good numbers of fish showing early on it was looking promising this morning. The fish weren’t really in the mood, though, and as it turned out the only catc ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 29 April 2017
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