Number 1 in the Golf World Top 100 UK & Ireland Resorts
Gleneagles is one of greatest names in the world of golf. And as recent hosts of The Ryder and Solheim Cups.
- Three championship golf courses and one 9-hole course.
- Extensive practise facilities including driving range, short game area and two putting areas.
- Welcoming and homely clubhouse featuring fantastic facilities.
- Expert Caddiemaster caddies know every inch of our courses.
- Home to the PGA National Academy for Scotland
European Tour Venue.
Open de Portugal at Morgado Golf Resort 2017
Morgado Golf Course and Álamos Golf Course are located near the Monchique Mountains just 4 kilometres from Portimão. They are surrounded by exuberant nature. Both courses have 18 holes and they are complemented by the Academia de Golf do Morgado, which offers unique practise conditions in Portugal.
Mottram Hall’s 7,006 yard 18-hole, Par 72 Championship golf course in Cheshire, is one of a kind. The host venue for the 2013 European Senior's PGA Championship; its tree-lined fairways and subtle rolling greens present a challenge to even the most seasoned golfer.
Shrigley Hall Hotel is set in 262 acres of beautiful Cheshire countryside and the 18-hole, par-71 course was designed by celebrated architect Donald Steel. The course enjoys some of the finest views of any course in the North West.
Designed by renowned British architect Simon Gidman, this is a splendid course with something to offer golfers of all abilities. All greens are constructed to USGA specifications. The Clubhouse, set within the historic 16th century Vale Royal Abbey with stunning views across the course.
The wonderful Georgian Manor House now lovingly restored and owned by the Stokes family, is a breathtaking sight, one which dominates the landscape as you make your way around the challenging and undulating par 72 Championship course laid out on luxurious and verdant parkland.
England Golf Venue.
Host to the Lancashire Amateur Championship in 2011, Northern Counties in 2013, England Golf Captains in 2014 and the England Golf Reid Trophy in 2017.
Set in over 240 acres the course is predominantly moorland in character, but with heathland and parkland features.