Instituted as a golfing society within the City of Perth in 1824, Royal Perth has been meeting the needs and aspirations of its members continuously for nearly 200 years.
The Club has moved on three occasions over the years, the last time being in 1876 when it acquired its present premises in a Georgian crescent with fine views over the historic North Inch (site of the Battle of the Clans in 1396) to the majestic River Tay beyond.
Club premises provide comfortable dining and recreational facilities, with overnight accommodation as well.
HRH The Duke of York is the Club Patron.
Golf is still central to the ethos of the Club, although other sports and pastimes are now major attractions – clay target shooting, curling, bridge, walking, snooker and fishing. Social activities are equally prominent.
A fuller description of the Club and its facilities appear on the following pages.
You are invited to explore them.