Scotland Golf Club News 27th Apr, 2020 by ukclubgolfer.co.uk
To commemorate Team Europe’s incredible Solheim Cup victory on The PGA Centenary Course last September, Gleneagles is still offering golfers a special ‘Solheim Celebration’ rate across any of its three championship courses.
Visitors can take on the modern might of The PGA Centenary Course, crafted by Jack Nicklaus, and now steeped in Solheim Cup and Ryder Cup folklore. They can also choose to enjoy the links-style challenges of the beautiful James Braid classics, The King’s and The Queen’s, both of which celebrated their centenaries in 2019.
Golf at Gleneagles remains one of the finest resort-style experiences in the UK. It is consistently rated No.1 across many of the industry’s leading rankings. However, a day at ‘The Glorious Playground’ spans much more than its world-class golf courses.
Guests can warm-up before their round at The PGA National Golf Academy, one of the finest practice facilities in Scotland and, after the game, relax in The Clubhouse. Whether that’s in the warm and friendly Auchterarder 70 serving Scottish themed tapas and its own real ale, or The Dormy Restaurant, with the allure of its freshly-made pizzas or Indian delicacies cooked in special Tandoor ovens, it will be the finest experience.
If that was not enough, the recently re-invented pro shop offers apparel and accessories from many of the world’s leading luxury golf and fashion brands, allowing you to leave the 850-acre estate with a stylish keepsake.