PGA Centenary Course, The Gleneagles Resort
St Andrews, Scotland
PGA Centenary Course overview
The 9th hole on the PGA Centenary is probably the signature hole, a classic risk and reward par-five that has an elevated tee which offers an inviting drive between two high hillocks and a trio of clever bunkers. The green is only reachable in two for the longest of hitters but laying-up itself also poses a test, offering golfers two options – aim short of the elongated greenside pond leaving a longer third or hit into a generous area of fairway left whilst making sure another trio of bunkers are avoided.
Did You Know?
The PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles hosted the Ryder Cup in 2014, with the European team winning 16.5 – 11.5 points.
Accommodation near PGA Centenary Course
The Rusacks Hotel is one of the best properties in St Andrews. Recently improved to become a 5-star venue and situated overlooking the 18th hole of the Old Course, staying here is a real treat.