The owners of the course are hoping it can enjoy a new lease of life after being reduced from 18 to nine holes.
Dollar Golf Club, the oldest club in Clackmannanshire, having been founded in 1890, sadly shut down at the end of last year. The club itself is not being resuscitated but Harviestoun Estate, the landowners, have re-opened part of the course. Maintained since March, the nine holes that have been saved and a putting green are now open again.
“It’s a historical course and the farm has been involved from the start, so we are keen to try and keep golf going at Dollar as it is a good community asset,” said Nicholas Poett.
“It will be pay and play. There will also be an annual sign up fee. That will be £150 to start with, £200 for families and £20 for children.
“The pay and play fees will be £7.50 for nine holes and £10 for 18.”