Come and play one of Scotland's oldest golf courses!
Golf has been played on the North Inch for over 500 years but a lot of visitors to Perth might not be aware that it is home to such a historic golfing venue!
Perth was right at the very centre of the golfing world back around the time of the first Open Championships and was even considered as a possible host venue at one point. Many of the great names of the game played golf in Perth and part of the course which is still in use today was even designed by Old Tom Morris – the same person who designed the Old Course at St Andrews among many others. Over the years the course has changed dramatically but the North Inch course still has many of the original holes and even one of the original clubs – the Royal Perth Golfing Society – still plays there.
Lying within the North Inch parkland on the banks of the river Tay, the North Inch course offers an enjoyable challenge to players of all abilities. Being only a short iron shot from the classical Georgian City of Perth, this historic course is no more than an hours’ drive away for most Scottish golfers.
We offer some of the best value golf in Perthshire and we welcome visiting golfers 7 days a week.
We also offer great group discounts and catering options for groups of 8 or more players. Click on the button below to find out more:
Adult 9 holes
Concession 9 holes
Adult "Wee Course"
Junior "Wee Course"
- One of the world's oldest golf course, with golf having been played for over 500 years
- Just a drive and mid iron from the historic town of Perth
- Easy walking and enjoyable to play
- Juniors play for FREE with a paying adult
- Some of the most affordable green fees in Perthshire
- Relaxed dresscode
- Free club hire