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There has been golf at Gleneagles longer than the Hotel’s 90 year history, with the first course – The King’s Course – dating back to 1919, but this longevity has driven us to develop some of the best courses and coaching in the world.
With a par of 72, The PGA Centenary Course is a perennial favourite.A Championship course to rival the best it started out as The Monarch’s Course, designed by legendary golfer and course architect, Jack Nicklaus, back in 1993.It was renovated further in 2011, in anticipation of The Ryder Cup coming to Gleneagles, ensuring a spectacular course for years to come.Today the course is one to challenge the best and thrill anyone who plays on it – truly a course for the players.Find out more about the PGA Centenary Course and book Tee Times here Dating back to 1919 – predating the hotel by five years – The King’s Course has stood the test of time, remaining a challenge for both professionals and amateurs alike.An exclusive members club set in 120 acres of stunning, tranquil parkland on the north side of Preston, Lancashire with easy access from the M6.
Our superb 18 hole, 6,278 yard, par 71 course dates back to 1892 with the design influenced by such luminaries as James Braid, Harry Varden, Alistair Mackenzie & Sandy Herd.
In addition to our widely acclaimed course the golfing package available to members and visitors includes a purpose built teaching Academy linked to a 16 bay floodlit driving range, indoor and outdoor putting facilities, short game practice areas, plus a spacious welcoming clubhouse.
Having hosted National and County competitions Preston Golf Club has a wonderful variety of holes and superb USGA constructed greens that offer a challenge to players of all abilities.
The game of golf has changed substantially since this course was originally designed, but its emphatic design and the way it has been updated has kept it one of the most stunning courses in the country.
Find out more about the Kings Course and book Tee Times here Tom Watson and Johnny Miller – just two of the famous names that have played The Queen’s Course of the years, making this so much more than just our third course.
Sitting on the northern and western sides of our estate, The Queen’s Course takes in high ridges, water hazards, woodland and ditches, showing off the natural beauty of the area – but do not let that deceive you, this is a challenging course with plenty of surprises in store.