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Golf breaks in Callander, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs

Golfing in Scotland and championship links courses are synonymous – except for the truly wonderful Loch Lomond Golf Course. And shortly a new second course will be built along the bonnie banks which will be accessible to visitors on a pay for play basis.

The Trossachs and Breadalbane region, 'Rob Roy Country', has gained a much-deserved reputation for golf set in the finest scenic splendour, thanks to courses such as Callander, Aberfoyle, and Killin. With its backdrop of hills and forest, the ninth hole at Killin is said to be one of the most beautiful in Scotland, while at Aberfoyle you'll play under the magnificence of Ben Lomond. There is also a fine golf course at nearby Dunblane. Making Callander a lovely scenic and very different destination to enjoy fulfilling golf breaks in Central Scotland.

Our local course, Callander Golf Course has been described by National Club Golfer as follows:

“... a fantastically secluded location, diverse holes with great greens and stunning views of Ben Ledi and the Trossachs all combine to create a memorable experience.”

Added to this is a welcoming atmosphere, a great support staff and golf at reasonable prices. Come and try it out for yourself. Telephone (01877) 330975 to book a tee-time.

 

Golf Breaks in the National Park

“ Tee- Off in The Park”

Play any configuration from the five scenic courses in Scotland’s first National Park, whilst enjoying the comfort and wonderful food of one of the areas most charming hotels.

Courses:  Callander, Aberfoyle, St Fillans, Buchanan Castle, Killin

5 Nights Dinner, Bed and Breakfast and 5 rounds of golf ….     From £395.00pp sharing twin/double room

3 Nights Dinner, Bed and Breakfast and 3 rounds of golf……from £250.00pp sharing twin/double room

Tailor made packages to your specific requirements can be arranged also to include other courses.

 

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