Stirling Golf Courses
Location: One mile outside Aberfoyle on main Stirling road
Aberfoyle, FK8 3UY
Balfron Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course that was recreated from its original layout by respected Scottish golf architect Robin Hiseman. The new nine-hole golf course was opened in 1994, and it was extended to 18 holes 7 years later.
Balfron, Scotland G63 0QP
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.
Bridge of Allan, Scotland FK9 4LY
No matter if you're a beginner or experienced golfer, you'll find what you're looking for at Brucefields Family Golf Centre. The main 9-hole golf course is a true test of golf that will push golfers to play to handicap.
Stirling, Scotland FK7 8
Designed by James Braid in 1936, Buchanan Castle Golf Club is just a half hour from Glasgow and close to Loch Lomond and the charming village of Drymen. It's an 18-hole parkland golf course with tree-framed fairways.
Drymen, Stirlingshire G63 0HY
Inland wooded parkland course located 16 miles north-west of Stirling on A84.
Callander Golf Club
Cecil Hutchison and James Braid designed Dunblane New Golf Club. It features excellently manicured greens and splendid vistas in every direction. Measuring nearly 6,000 yards from the back tees, Dunblane is a par 69 golf course. The fifth hole, Panorama, is a delight, with wonderful views of the mountains to the northwest.
Scotland, FK15 0LJ
Resting under the walls of Stirling Castle in Kings Park, Stirling Golf Club dates back to 1869. That year, Tom Morris Jr. was hired as its head professional. The golf course features lush fairways, graded rough and mature trees.
Stirling, Scotland FK8 3AA
Location: One mile south of village on Glasgow Road.
11 Ardmore Gardens
Drymen, G63 0BD