Golf & Fishing

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Comrie Golf Club

“One of the finest and most scenic 9-hole courses in the UK” The days are getting longer and we’re looking forward to some great golf in 2016. There are lots of events coming up at the club over the coming weeks so come and join us.

Come and experience the warm hospitality at our clubhouse set on the edge of the lovely village of Comrie and try your hand at our wonderful golf course with stunning views of the surrounding Perthshire hills.

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Glen Eagles Golf Course

A winning blend of natural beauty and golfing adventure, the three championship golf courses at Gleneagles are regarded among the very best golf courses in the world. The inspiration of two of the greatest names in the game, five times Open winner James Braid and the Golden Bear himself Jack Nicklaus, the courses offer tantalising challenges for all levels of player.

Created by Jack Nicklaus, the PGA Centenary Course is the Host Venue for The 2014 Ryder Cup, where the cream of European and American golf will battle it out on Scottish soil for the first time in more than 40 years.

Salmon Fishing on the River Earn

Originating in Loch Earn, the River Earn flows eastwards to join the Tay estuary south of Perth. It is swollen by several tributaries on its way, the most notable being the Water of Ruchill, which is one of the few tributaries unaffected by either Hydro-electric schemes or water extraction. An attractive medium sized river, the Earn offers trout, grayling, sea trout and salmon fishing throughout its length, some through fishing clubs like those in Crieff, Comrie, Auchterarder and Dunning.

Access, however, to the salmon and sea trout fishing on the Earn is far from straightforward, with around 40 riparian owners throughout its length. The Earn has a late salmon run, mainly in September and October. Sea trout are worth pursuing from May onwards, although numbers have declined dramatically in recent seasons. A normal year would now see in the region of 600 sea trout caught throughout the river and a similar number of salmon. Grayling fishing can be had throughout the river from November to January, on both club water and estate water. Permits for the Crieff AC water are available from Adam Boyd of King Street, Crieff.  Dupplin Estates at Forteviot issue trout and grayling permits. Permits are also available for trout salmon and grayling fishing at Kinkell Bridge, near Auchterarder.