Gleneagles is of course, famous for golf, and in 2014 was the Host Venue for the Ryder Cup matches. Experienced golfers will love playing a round on one of the three championship courses and beginners can take a few lessons at the PGA golf academy, with its state of the art video analysis, driving range and short game area.
Or, head outdoors again with a thrilling experience off-road driving! Gleneagles has two off road courses close to the hotel. Designed by some of Britain's leading off-road specialists, they incorporate natural and purpose built obstacles to include water splashes, ditches, escalating ridges, gullies and steep gradients – great fun!
Junior drivers also have a fantastic facility at Gleneagles - their own off road course and mini Land Rovers. Kids aged from 6 – 12 years can receive instruction from behind the wheel of Land Rover replicas and test their driving skills over a purpose built course designed to reflect the grown-ups' course. The Land Rover replicas have been specially built for Gleneagles and are a quarterof the size of their parent original.
After an active day, relax over dinner in The Dormy Clubhouse Bar and Grill. Over-looking the 18th holes of both the King's and Queen's courses, The Dormy serves a menu built around modern bar food classics and spicy selections from the restaurant's own tandoor oven. Post-dinner you could move into the Blue Bar. With heated leather sofas, luxurious throws and a large circular firepit, the Blue Bar features the perfect pour of Johnnie Walker Blue Label, along with a number of other fine examples of the master blender's art. A wonderful range of Cuban cigars is available to savour in an outdoor bar that feels warm and inviting at any time of year.