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Craigie Hill Golf Club

Craigie Hill Golf Club, Cherrybank, Perth, Perth & Kinross, Scotland
Address Craigie Hill Golf Club, Cherrybank, Perth, PH2 0NE
Telephone Clubhouse: 01738 624377
Secretary: 01738 620829
Pro/Bookings: 01738 622644
Website www.craigiehill.co.uk
Email admin@craigiehill.co.uk
bookings@craigiehill.co.uk
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Holes Scenic 18
Yardage 5386
SSS 67
Visitors/
Societies
The club welcomes organised parties and corporate memberships, and a full golf and hospitality package can be arranged including tee-off times and catering facilities
Green Fees
Summer: D weekdays / D weekends
Winter A
Course Designer Fernie/Anderson
Founded in 1911.
Location Set in beautiful Perthshire, W boundary of the historic City of Perth off A952.
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Facilities
• Corporate hospitality days available
• Conference facilities available
• Resident PGA qualified Professional / Golf Tuition
Weather Forecast
About the Course "The vista includes the magnificent meandering of the River Tay, spectacular Kinnoull Hill, splendour of "Britain in Bloom" winner Perth City and the snow covered Grampian Mountains, as well as the Crieff Hills.
Scenic and challenging, it boasts one of the hardest holes in Britain, the Craigie Hill "Kop"."
Exc. from Craigie Hill's own website
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Reviews

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We played Craigie Hill on our annual trip to Gleneagles during which we try to explore at least one of the local courses.
So firstly - the main headline. This is a course you mustn't miss if you are in the area - whole experience of Craigiehill was really memorable and enjoyable.
Firstly the welcome. We are used to receiving a friendly welcome even as a bunch of sassenachs but this was on a different level. The pro could could not have been more welcoming. During a brief rain shower as we arrived we were all offered a (free) cup of tea or coffee and were taken through some of the main aspects of the course (especially some of the major slopes!) Then the sun came through and the round began. We quickly discovered that whilst the course may look quite short on the card - don?t be fooled - this course is a real challenge!
The greens were in fantastic nick and took some time to get the hang of.
Our hearts were pumping by the end of the third but after the fourth things flatten out a little with great views the surrounding countryside.
The best thing about this course is that no two holes are even vaguely similar - every one is unique and challenging with huge cambers on many of the fairways and lots of blind tee shots.
We played on a weekday in October and the course was very quiet , very well maintained and without any pressure.
Don't get me wrong - we are all high/medium handicappers - and all had a reasonable round so its not too difficult for most golfers - just really interesting!
By the end of the round we were all starving and had a really good bar meal in the clubhouse - also very friendly service.
All in all, the most fun you will have for £25.
Mark: 10
Value For Money: Good
robh October 12, 2017

One of the best courses I have played. My trip to Scotland included Gleneagles but Craigie Hill is the course I talk about to my buddies. It is the natural features of the course that sets this apart from most with steep hills and rocks in the middle of fairways. This is a must if you are in the area.
Tony Fox






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