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Crianlarich Hotel Golf Course, Stirling. (Pre-WW1)

In 1910 the energetic proprietor of the hotel, Joseph Stewart, offered his guests many attractions, salmon and trout fishing, “The Scottish Mountaineering Centre” it was also the headquarters of the Automobile Club. Also included was a nine-hole golf course laid out by Willie Fernie of Troon. A daunting start to the round – the first tee shot was over the River Fillan, a cable ferry was provided to carry the golfers over the other side of the river to complete the hole.

Below an advert for the Hotel offering golf in July 1915.


Crianlarich Hotel Golf Course, Stirling. Advert including golf course from July 1915.

From the Dundee Courier Saturday 10th July 1915. Image © D.C.Thomson & Co. Ltd. Image created courtesy of THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD.


The Google Map below shows the area around the Crianlarich Hotel and the possible location of the course.


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