The PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles is a renowned golf course located in Auchterarder, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It is part of the prestigious Gleneagles Hotel and Resort, which is a five-star luxury resort known for its world-class golf facilities. The course was designed by renowned golf course architect Jack Nicklaus and was opened in 1993.
The PGA Centenary Course gained global recognition when it hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup, one of the most prestigious team competitions in professional golf. It was the first time the Ryder Cup was held in Scotland since 1973, and the course received widespread acclaim for its challenging layout and stunning Scottish countryside setting.
The course spans over 7,300 yards (6,684 meters) and features a par of 72. It is characterized by undulating fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and large, fast-paced greens, which are signature elements of Jack Nicklaus's designs. The course makes excellent use of the natural terrain, incorporating the surrounding hills, valleys, and water features to provide a challenging yet enjoyable golfing experience.
In addition to the golf course, Gleneagles offers a range of world-class amenities, including luxurious accommodations, spa facilities, fine dining restaurants, and other outdoor activities. The resort provides an exceptional golfing experience combined with the utmost in comfort and hospitality.