Introduction

IMG 0196aThe Hilton and Allander courses are set out in acres of rolling moorland, some 600 feet above sea level. In the late seventies, the club introduced a tree planting programme. More than thirty thousand trees were planted between both courses and are now well established, giving the courses more definition and shelter.
The courses are best described as rolling, hilly moorland, the gateway to the Trossachs and Loch Lomond.
 

The Hilton Course

The Hilton is a 18-hole course of 6233 yards and has a Par of 70. The signature hole on the Hilton is the 17th, Par 3, 184 yards, and aptly named “Muckle Drap”. Played from an elevated tee to a well bunkered green, with a burn around the front edge of the green some 200 feet below, this is a daunting shot even for an experienced golfer. The tee shot can vary from a 9 iron to a driver depending on the wind.

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The Allander Course

The Allander is a 18-hole course of 5552 yards and has a Par of 69. The signature hole on the Allander is the 5th, Par 4, 372 yards, named “Burncrooks”. The hole is a slight dog leg right played to a sunken two tiered green, with the Allander burn on three sides, all out of bounds, formidable to say the least.

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