Other Local Scottish Golf Courses
Golfing in Angus and Dundee is simply world class and basing your golfing holiday at Forbes of Kingennie, with its luxury self catering lodges, puts you in reach of a whole range of delights.
Alongside the quality, the challenge, and the sheer exhilaration of Carnoustie's Championship course - which hosted the 2007 Open Championship - there are many more parkland and links courses to play on across Angus, Tayside and Dundee, for a perfect golfing holiday.
The geographic diversity of the area has spawned a wonderful eclectic mix of Scottish golf holidays, from the heathland Edzell in the north to the links of Montrose by the sea, the parkland beauty of Downfield and the hybrid nature of Monifieth.
If you are planning a golfing holiday, then Dundee is the ideal destination, with over 50 golf courses within a 30-mile radius. Of course the main attraction for many planning a Scottish golf holiday will be Carnoustie, which was venue for the Open in 2007. Nearer to the city, the parkland venues of Downfield, Camperdown, Caird Park and Balumbie all offer great value for money golf with Downfield once again an Open Qualifier for the Open in 2007. Dundee is also the ideal destination for spectators attending the Open, with the event held every five years at St Andrews.
And nearby - Perthshire ... Pure Golfing Pleasure!
Perthshire is the perfect golfing escape whether it's for a weekend or a fortnight and is one of Scotland's most remarkable and scenic areas. Here you can enjoy some of the finest inland golf in the World! With 40 golf courses to choose from … you'll be spoilt for choice!
There is a huge range of options for golfers of all ages and abilities. Choose from scenic Highland layouts, idyllic parkland settings, world famous centres such as Gleneagles and Rosemount at Blairgowrie and many 'hidden gems' spread throughout the area.