The King's Course
at The Gleneagles Resort

Dundee & Perth, Scotland

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Golf Club Overview

There are three fantastic courses to choose from at Gleneagles Resort. The Kings and Queens golf courses are well renowned and the more traditional of the three, whereas the more modern PGA Centenary Course, bears all the hallmarks of a classic Jack Nicklaus design.

Kings Course overview

One of James Braid’s greatest creations is the Kings Course at Gleneagles. The 6,471 yard Heathland was opened in 1919 and is an authentic course which offers an absorbing course which has players always coming back. With historic Scots names for the holes such as Blink Bonnie, explained as beautiful view and Deil's Creel the devils fishing basket. Every hole has its own personality, with the course providing more than just great golf.

Also, The King's is historic for hosting eight Scottish Opens known best for their well-manicured fairways and a serious test of ability

Signature Holes

A strong favourite for many at the Kings Course is the par three, Fifth hole. Standing at only 161 yards, 'Het Girdle' means hot griddle as the green is lengthy and narrow with a upward slope from front to back. A known tip is to leave it short, having an uphill putt to salvage whatever you can.

Accommodation near The King's Course

The Gleneagles Resort

The Gleneagles Resort has been voted the "Best Golf Resort in the World" on multiple occasions, boasting three excellent championship golf courses alongside comfortable guestrooms with all the modern luxuries you would expect from a renowned venue.

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