Played Queens early June. Fairways springy greens firm but not overly fast. A typical misty wet morning didn't dampen our spirits with view of some stunning natural holes cut into the glen. A nice array of longish par 4's going out mixed in with a plateau green par 3 second and a reachable par 5 seventh (which I did followed on by the obligatory three put) alas! The back nine is arguably better highlights include back to back par 3's around a lake. Followed on by Real risk reward 280 yard par 4, push your tee shot and you will rack up a big number! Overall a spectacular par 68 not a push over by any means but willing to reward good play (shot an 80 off a 14 h'cap) . Must lastly mention the whole experience , I've been lucky enough to stay at Gleneagles half a dozen times and no other resort comes close.
Date: June 07, 2012