Sport & Leisure.    Page 1 of 2

 


On arriving at Tillicoultry from the west along the A91 from Alva, you cannot help but notice the Tillicoultry Golf Course, the home of "Tillicoultry Golf Club", on your left hand side.
It nestles at the base of the slopes and rises towards the hills. A very picturesque and challenging nine hole course which is well worth a visit.

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the Golf page.


On arriving at Tillicoultry from the west along the A91 from Alva, on your right hand side is the Public Park which contains the home rugby pitch used by the "Hillfoots Rugby Football Club".
The clubhouse is sited at the south end of the park in a former mill building, accessed by driving down Lower Mill Street and crossing the bridge at the end of the park.

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the Rugby page.
 


On arriving at Tillicoultry from the west along the A91 from Alva, you turn left at "The Royal Arms" up Upper Mill Street. Then take the 3rd turning on the right into Frederick Street.

Continue straight along until you come to the school playing fields on your left. The Dry Ski Slope is sited within the playing fields and is visible at this point.

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Dry Ski Slope page.

Bowling and Hillwalking are listed on the next page.
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