|Written by Chris Dodd|
Welcome to Dunblane New Golf Club - we are Dunblane "New" as we moved to our present site in 1923 from an older course in the Laighills on the other side of Dunblane.
Dunblane New was designed by Major Cecil Hutchison (the then Amateur Champion) and James Braid (the famous Open Champion and world renowned Course Architect)
The course is a parkland course with breathtaking views across picturesque Central Scotland.
It combines this with a true test of golf - for beginners and experts alike.
The course has been the choice for some prestigious events over the years including the Prudential, The Evening Times Foursomes, qualifying for the Scottish Championship, The Scottish Police Championship, County Championships, Junior Championship and Scottish Girls (Close) Championship, and a Pro-Am in 1977 in which forty professionals took part. David Huish of North Berwick won with our own professional, Bobby Jamieson, coming second.
Come and sample the friendly atmosphere yourselves, and, if the golf is less than perfect, recharge your batteries by taking in the spectacular panoramas which extend from the Touch Hills with Stirling and its castle, and then across the new Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park - from Flanders Moss to the Grampians where one can see the peaks of Ben Lomond, the Cobbler, Ben Ledi, Stuc-a-Chroin, Ben Vorlich and, on a clear day, Ben More and Stob Binnein.
Please use the menu items to find out about our history, who we are, all about our facilities, and other information
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 April 2011 13:34|