Queen’s Course at Gleneagles hotel

Auchterarder, Scotland

The Gleneagles course you’ll want to come back to again and again

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Go ahead, play the King’s Course first. Not because you need to, but because everybody says you should, and if you don’t they’ll annoy you with asking why you didn’t play the King’s Course. There, you’ve played it. It’s a masterpiece and amazing and beautiful and it probably beat you up a good bit and now you’re ready for something to savor. The after dinner drink, or maybe that cigar you’ve been saying. Whatever it is, it’s the thing you sit back and enjoy, for yourself, in your own space and time. The Queen’s Course doesn’t care what you think about it. It doesn’t care that some say it’s short, or that it’s technically the lesser course. It knows that, in the end, when you’ve finished playing the course you’re supposed to play, this is the course you’ll want to return to.




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Course Photos

Course Layout

Course Flyover

What To Know

Yardage & Tees

When to Play

The Queen’s Course at Gleneagles is open year round, weather permitting.

February through June are the drier months, while the warmest temperatures can be found May through October.  May through October is a good time to play the Queen’s Course.






Greens Fees



Greens Fees

January £75 hotel guest / £80 all others
February £75 hotel guest / £80 all others
March £75 hotel guest / £80 all others
April £85 hotel guest / £99 all others
May £140 hotel guest / £150 all others
June £160 hotel guest / £180 all others
July £190 hotel guest / £220 all others
August £190 hotel guest / £220 all others
September 1-15 £190 hotel guest / £220 all others
September 16-30 £220 hotel guest / £220 all others
October 1-15 £135 hotel guest / £250 all others
October 16-31 £140 hotel guest / £150 all others
November £85 hotel guest / £99 all others
December £75 hotel guest / £80 all others


Greens fees last verified June 2019. View them on gleneagles.com

Visitor Tee Times

Visitors may play the Queen’s Course seven days a week.

Book a tee time.

Rentals & Caddies

Caddies are available for £60 plus gratuity. You need to request them in advance. Forecaddies are available for £23.75 a person, with a three person minimum.

Clubs are available to rent for £42.50 (£57.50 with balls and a pull cart) Book them in advance.

Shoes (with complimentary socks) are available to rent for £25.

Hand carts are available for £8.

Golf carts are not available. 

Electric hand carts are available for £27.50.

Practice Facilities

Gleneagle’s practice area – the PGA National Golf Academy – has a 320 yard double-ended driving range, undercover pitching bays, a short game pitching area, three short game practice greens with five varied bunkers and two putting greens.

Other Things To Know

Course Website

Year Built: 1917

Architects: James Braid

Guide: Check out the Queen’s Course detailed course guide here.

There are two other courses on site: the acclaimed King’s Course, and the newer PGA Centenary Course, which has received mixed reviews.