Rosemount Course at Blairgowrie Golf Club
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Tom Morris has described Blairgowrie Golf Club's Rosemount Course as "The most beautiful inland green I have ever seen."
Designed by James Braid with influences from Dr. Alistair McKenzie, the renowned architect of the Augusta National course, Rosemount has played host to a number of prestigious professional and amateur tournaments. The golf course was the scene of a world record 10 consecutive birdies by Lionel Platts in 1973 and also the scene of Greg Norman's first victory on the European Tour in 1977.
The par-72 Rosemount measures almost 6,600 yards from the back medal tees. Starting with a tough par 4 of almost 450 yards, there are many fine holes throughout the golf course, including the par-4 fourth hole, rated as the hardest on the course, and the 165-yard par-3 17th hole, with its tiered green.
Rosemount was voted 11th best golf course to play in Scotland by the readers of Scotland's premier golf magazine.
Golf course details
- Holes: 18
- Designed by: Alister MacKenzie, Donald Steel, James Braid
- Public/Private: Private
- Year opened: 1889
- Golf Season:
- Guest Policy: Welcomed with some restrictions. All visitors wishing to play the courses at Blairgowrie should have a certified club handicap, ( ladies 36, men 24, junior boys 14, junior girls 18).
- Tee times welcomed: Yes
- Pro in house: Yes
- Driving range: Yes
- Rental clubs: Yes
- Rental carts: Yes
Green fees price ranges
- Week days: £25 - £65
- Weekends: £25 - £65
- Metal spikes allowed:
- Dress code: Smart casual dress should be worn at all times, shirts with collar and sleeves must be worn within the waistband of trousers and denim jeans are not permitted on the courses or within the Clubhouse
- Credit cards accepted:
Length, slope and rating for each tee