The course has nine championship quality green and 18 tees with a par of 72, making it challenging.
This course will suit longer hitters more than the shorter, make sure you're armed with the correct change.
The golf course is set on the banks of the Avon River, the last few holes run close to the river with marvellous views of the surrounding purple heather-clad hills and native birch woods, set among 150-year-old trees, this is a hilly course so make sure you are prepared with a few Mars Bars and a drink and make sure you have some anti-midge cream.
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This Ballindalloch course was designed by Donald Steel and Tom Mackenzie, both internationally recognized golf course architects, they created a heady mix of challenging golf, this is not the longest course but the Par 5 4th are a classic on 2 levels, while there are few more picturesque tee shots than the Par 3 7, this is a great course, immaculately kept and very quiet, fantastic layout and beautiful scenery.
The greens are well kept, you know you are being looked after when a family member stops you on the course and asks you to jump in to his buggy so he can give you a quick overview of the course, with 18 tees it is quite a demanding course up to championship standard.