8 reviews of Murrayshall Golf Course
Played Murrayshall on 20/8/2013 course in fantastic condition could not fault it, best greens I've played this year in great nick but very fast. Will go back and play again
Played at Murrayshall (on the Lynedoch) course on Sat 5/5/12. The venue is absolutely top drawer, and as soon as you approach the hotel, you just know you're in for a treat.
The course itself was in superb condition, fairways well cut, tee boxes well prepared, bunker filled with white soft sand, and the green superbly maincured, and true. The course itself is a little short (at just over 5,100 of the yellows) but, and its a big BUT, placement off the tee is definately required. I measured one of the fairways at just over 20 yards wide at drive landing point, so you really need to be straight.
The course is also VERY VERY hilly, a couple of hole we where looking for the ski lift to the next hole !!!
At one hole I seen a couple of Deer running through the trees, and said to my opponent, "Two deer", and he promptly replied, "Nah, only £15".....LOL
That sums it up for me, for £15 (teetimes special) you cannot get better. 10/10.
Played the Lynedoch on Monday. Very enjoyable course. Not the longest but with enough thought put into the layout that it was challenging. The fairways were in perfect condition although the greens had just been top dressed which made putting quite difficult. Played with 2 others and all 3 were impressed. Looking forward to playing the big course at a later date.
Also took advantage of their golf and roast offer - thought that the food might be pretty poor but was surprised to find that the food was excellent.
The course during our visit was not in the best shape. Both the first hole on the Lynedoch was almost literally a plowed field, the same state could be applied to the 10 and 11 of Murrayshall.
The one comment that I would really support os the welcome in the Pro shop, decidely cold.
I played this course in September of last year - I would agree with the previous entry's comments. It is a great character course, and a truly enjoyable day's golf if you can mke it round both. The climb can be steep and some of the fairways narrow, but it adds to the challenge. (Oh, and the pro was efficient if not warm!)
Just spent a day playing Murrayshall and Lyndenoch and these courses are true hidden gems -every hole with the exception of possibly two over both layouts are character holes. Greens are absolutely immaculate and the facilities are first class.
I have never enjoyed a day's golf so much and would recommend this resort to everyone.
One small thing - the professional could make an effort to be a little more friendly!
This is a good, testing, well-maintained course but not a typical Perthsire course. It features lots of huge mature trees and on many holes there is a tree right in the middle of the fairway. This means that unless you are straight off the tee on most holes you won't have a shot to the green. The strangest hole is the dogleg par 5 where there is a notice advising you not to hit over the dogleg as you would be hitting over another green so you have to hit 6-iron to the corner! The sountrack to your round will be the clunk of balls hitting trees and golfers swearing. Don't be put off though, its definitely worth a visit. Good food too.
Another one of these great new course recently built to have a golf day/weekend. Holes 7 and 9 on the big course are the signature holes but there are also some great Par 3's. Worth a visit. Great day rates and the Hotel is worth a stay as well, great food.
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