Old Course is "the Augusta of Scotland" Its championship layout combines tree lined fairways and water in play on 13 holes The Glens Course is less demanding.
Letham Grange is perahps on of the best inland/parkland golf courses in Scotland and has fantastic holes which test every shot you play.
Of particular note are the Par 3's which vary from 120 yards to 190 yards but each tests your ball striking and accuracy.
Letham also has some great short par 4 holes which might not be long and you know you should score a par but one bad shot will mean a double bogey.
Letham Grange is well worth a visit and a great surprise.
Letham Grange is going through somewhat of a difficult time at present with disputes over ownership and therefore, the course does not get the publicity it deserves.
Its a really good course with lots of water and trees running down almost every fairway. The first 5 holes just build slowly, but by the time you get onto the 6th and 7th holes, the course comes alive.
Its not expensive to play but the club house, while it looks fantastic is not in use apart from a small section for changing rooms. I just hope they get the troubles sorted so it can get the recognition it deserves.
Last Played: 10 August 2011.
1st November - 31st March
£25.00 (Jnr £10.00)
1st April - 31st October
£35.00 (Jnr £15.00)
Sorry, this club has not added their Membership prices.