Glenisla Golf Club, Alyth, Perthshire.
The club and course opened in 1995.
The eighteen-hole course was designed by Tony Wardle, a golf architect who had worked alongside Robert Trent Jones and Jack Nicklaus.
Developed originally by the Glenshee Chairlift Company as a summer business to make use of its full-time ski employees during the off-season, it was bought out of receivership by the Somerville family in 2004.
The Glenisla Golf Club closed on October 31st 2016. The club had a membership of 150 at the time of closure. It was planned to use the course for a housing development.
It was reported that there’s a chance that a new nine-hole course may be developed on the site at some point in the future but, if that happens, it would be years from now.
The Google Map below pinpoints the location of the course.