The 9-hole Bridge of Allan Golf Club has an extensive history dating back to 1895 when the legendary Old Tom Morris set to work on its design. The views of the countryside, which extends for miles around, are awe-inspiring with Stirling Castle providing a scenic backdrop to every game played here. It is recommended that you make use of the small practice area and putting green that are on offer before heading off to play the course.
The Bridge of Allan Golf Club is one that is blessed with a course sculpted by the legendary Old Tom Morris. The course does require a little climb on some holes but stunning views and good golf is your reward. The yardage on the card may seem short but the course can pack a punch. Tight fairways and well-guarded fairways will push the abilities of all golfers to shoot low, however, not many people walk off the course without enjoying the previous couple of hours. The first hole sets the standard; a long par 3 playing uphill to a well-protected green that has been called one of the toughest starts in Scottish golf.