The Gleneagles Resort
St Andrews, Scotland
Gleneagles Resort is a premier golf resort that features three championship golf courses, an award-winning spa, and an array of restaurants and bars. If you are looking for a premier golf vacation then Gleneagles Resort is perfect for you.
Stay at Gleneagles for an unforgettable golf tour and experience some of the finest courses in golfing history. These include St Andrews Old Course, the Carnoustie Championship course and The Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course.
Established in 1924, Gleneagles features 258 bedrooms and suites, each of which has been individually designed with style and luxury in mind. Many rooms boast glorious views across the beautiful estate which spans across 850 acres of Perthshire countryside
Restaurant & Bars
There is a fantastic selection of restaurants at Gleneagles to cater for all tastes. Visit Andrew Fairlie’s Michelin-starred restaurant for a truly inspirational dining experience, The Strathearn for classic fine dining, Deseo for a Mediterranean bistro-style menu and finally, The Dormy Clubhouse for mouth-watering modern day bar food served in a relaxed atmosphere
Spa & Leisure
The Spa by ESPA at Gleneagles is the perfect place to completely relax and unwind after experiencing some of the finest courses in Scotland during the day. Facilities include 2 indoor pools, an outdoor hot pool, state-of-the-art gym, sauna, and steam room.
Golf courses at The Gleneagles Resort
The King's Course
A host of eight Scottish Opens in the past, the Kings Golf Course exudes quality through its well-maintained fairways and tightly clipped greens making for perfect playing conditions. However, the golf course is a serious test of a players’ ability, with subtle changes in green and tee elevation making club selection difficult but vitally important.
The Queen's Course
You need to play the Queens Golf Course to experience the true beauty of Gleneagles. Although not the longest of courses at 5660 yards the woodland setting mixes with moorland stretches to give players a truly unique golfing experience. Add to that the water hazards, ditches and lochans that frequently come into play and you’ve got a really enjoyable golf course that players of all levels will enjoy.
PGA Centenary Course
With five tee positions available on the PGA Centenary Golf Course, the track varies from 5,065 to 7,081 yards in length, making it one of the longest golf courses in inland Scotland from the back tees. Nicklaus designed this course using the best of his earlier experiences in course architecture to create a real gem. The PGA Centenary also hosts the Johnnie Walker Classic each year, and even more recently hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup, a testament to Nicklaus’ outstanding design and imagination.