Strathmore Rannaleroch golf course offers challenging golf, picturesque scenery and a warm welcome to all visitors. As a pay-and-play facility, it ensures visitors have good access every day of the week.
The course's main defence is the invading rough that devours errant shots, although its thin, wispy nature makes reasonable recovery feasible. The delightful setting, overlooking the Vale of Strathmore, lends an aesthetic element to most holes.
The 4th is a wonderful par three dipping down to a tree-encompassed green with a burn to the right, followed by the 5th driving over an old farm pond and doglegging tightly to the green.
The 6th is a short par three with a large pond at the green's edge where the choice of club and strength of application is everything. The 12th is a good par five. Precise placement and a modicum of luck could lend a birdie opportunity.
There is also a nine-hole, par 29 golf course and floodlit driving range, complete with a pitching, bunker and putting practice area.
Strathmore Rannaleroch golf course is demanding without being punishing, and its scenic backdrop helps to make it a richly rewarding round of golf. An ideal destination for golfing breaks in Perthshire, Strathmore Rannaleroch golf course showcases the finer points of golf in Scotland.