Iconic Scottish resort Gleneagles is to start a major refurbishment of its Dormy Clubhouse, which serves the James Braid designed King’s and Queen’s courses.
The project, costed at £2.5 million, will start in October, and will include a new restaurant and improved changing facilities. The clubhouse is scheduled to reopen next April.
The project is part of an ongoing development programme for Gleneagles, which has invested £18 million in its facilities in the last three years. Golfers will be able to use alternative clubhouse facilities during the closure, including the restaurants within the hotel. Transport will also be provided throughout the property to ease access to the courses.