Blairgowrie’s Rosemount course was established in 1889 and is one of Scotland’s finest inland golf courses. It is pristine and well-ordered with trim avenues of luxurious fairways set amid pine, birch and heather.
Designed by James Braid with influences from Dr Alistair McKenzie; the renowned architect of the Augusta National, Blairgowrie Rosemount has played host to a number of prestigious professional and amateur tournaments.
The more forgiving fairways are compensated with larger and more undulating greens than its younger neighbour, giving the golfer a testing but rewarding challenge. It is in every way the jewel in Perthshire’s golfing crown, offering a golfing experience to savour.
Choosing a 3-wood or an iron off the tee will not compromise a good score. In fact, one of the great difficulties of playing the Rosemount course is not letting the stunning surroundings affect your game. As much as possible, remain focussed!
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