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Muckhart Golf Club

Muckhart Golf Club

Muckhart
Dollar
Perth & Kinross
Scotland
FK14 7JH
Tel: +44 (0)1259 781423

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Muckhart is a 27 hole Golf Complex, comprising 3 x 18 hole courses and/or three 9-hole courses. All three nines start and finish close to the Clubhouse and can be played in various combinations.

The courses are as follows:

The Arndean Course (2835 yards) is situated in an upland area of the course. The fifth hole, "Top 'o the World" as the name suggests lies on a ridge overlooking the Forth Valley. Although the shortest of the three 9s Arndean requires good control when making tee shots to get the best position for the approach shot

Each of the nine holes require a different approach if they are to be tamed, demanding tactical awareness and a skilful touch with all the clubs in your bag. However all this should not detract from Muckhart Golf Club's main features, the stunning vistas viewed from the course's many vantage points. Stirling Castle, The Wallace Monument, The Forth Valley and of course the Ochil Hills are something to be savoured on a long summer evening out on the course.

The Cowden Course (3114 yards), the original course of the club, is located on the lower heathland area of the complex. It offers a mature parkland setting on undulating terrain, which will bite back if you stray off the fairway. The eighteenth is the highlight as you approach the Clubhouse, with water running both across the fairway and laterally. The fifth, "Seamab" is certainly a test of endurance, with the temptation to drive over the gully, could leave you gasping for breath.

The Naemoor Course (3234 yards). The latest addition to the club and still known locally as ‘the new nine’ despite being open for over 12 years, Naemoor is reasonably level and has matured very nicely. There is an excellent variety of holes with a combination of long and short par 4s, challenging par 3s and a monster par 5, with the terrific Par 4 dog leg 9th to finish. 

All 3 nines are different in character but all provide excellent fairways and consistent putting surfaces, helped by extensive drainage work over the last 2 years which has seen the courses maintain their excellent condition in spite of recent weather challenges, while at the finish enjoy excellent home cooked food and a well deserved refreshment in the friendly clubhouse. 

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