Bridge of Allan Golf Club
Designed by Old Tom Morris, Bridge of Allan is a nine-hole golf course dating back to 1895. It's a layout for vista lovers, offering picturesque views of the surrounding countryside, including Stirling Castle.
Watch out for the first hole, The Dyke. Measuring 223 yards from the back tees, this par 3 requires an uphill drive over a six-foot stone wall 175 yards from the tee to an elevated green. It's arguably one of the most difficult holes in Scotland.
Don't fret if you're a high handicapper. Though Bridge of Allan will push your ability to shoot low, it won't give you a beating, and there are some birdie opportunities.
The facility also includes a small practice area and nine-hole putting green.
|Red (W)||66||4534 yards|
|White M: 30.1/102||223||277||362||314||208||330||289||390||167||2560||2560|
|Yellow M: 29.6/101||223||277||362||314||208||330||289||390||167||2560||2560|
|Red W: 30.5/100||169||264||345||264||201||302||249||315||158||2267||2267|
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A very pleasant but hilly 9 hole course
This lovely course is worth seeking out as it’s in excellent condition and the views are amazing . It is only 9 holes so you play it twice and the first two holes are very steep and hard going but if you don’t mind this you’ll Surely go on to enjoy the well looked after course . Nice small clubhouse and pleasant staff
Great location however nature of the course with too many up and downs spoiled the experience .
Course was on great condition and. Everyone very friendly .
First Round of Summer
Excellent course. Challenging but rewarding. Locals and staff very friendly and welcoming. Great views. Helped by the fact that the weather was perfect. Reasonable when bought with a ‘hot deal’ offer.