Fife

  • The golf course at Aberdour is the unusual combination of a parkland course set close by the sea. It is a wonderful course that lengthens out allowing some room for a slice but with reward to those straight and long. The second is at least as daunting.
    • 18
    • 5,447yds
    • 67
    • 67
  • Welcome to Anstruther Golf Club home of The Rockies voted the toughest par 3 in the UK by Todays Golfer in September 2007. Anstruther Golf Club was founded in 1890 and has seen many changes over the years.
    • 9
    • 4,690yds
    • 62
    • 62
  • Balbirnie Park invites you to come and play Fife’s finest parkland. The Club enjoys sharing our great course and Clubhouse with golfers from home and abroad, and promises that your trip to Balbirnie Park will be everything you wish for and more.
    • 18
    • 6,313yds
    • 71
    • 71
  • Golf has been played at Burntisland since 1797 - historians suggest 1688! Burntisland is officially recognised as the 10th oldest club in the world. Edinburgh Castle is visible from the aesthetic 8th hole.
    • 18
    • 5,993yds
    • 70
    • 70
  • The course at canmore golf club has been at its present site since 1902. Until 1913 the course consisted of nine holes with the present third being the original first. It provides a good test with rewards for accuracy and a good short game..
    • 18
    • 5,376yds
    • 67
    • 66
  • This testing par72 (sss72) Parkland Course, has something for all, whether you are a Tiger Woods in the making, or Billy Beginner, your Day out at Charleton will be one to remember.
    • 18
    • 6,446yds
    • 72
    • 72
  • Cowdenbeath golf club was originally built as a 9 hole course on the old Dora Coal mine site. Work began in 1988 and the course was completed and ready for play in 1991. The length of the course was 3315 Yards.
    • 18
    • 6,300yds
    • 71
    • 70
  • The 7th oldest golf club in the world. Our members and visitors have been enjoying some of the finest links golf in Scotland - many say the world - since 1786.
    • 18
    • 5,861yds
    • 69
    • 70
  • Cupar Golf Course is located at Hilltarvit, which is on the south side of Cupar, ten miles west of St Andrews. The Club was founded on the 7th November 1855. Cupar Golf Club is rich with history and is probably the oldest nine-hole club in the world.
    • 9
    • 5,153yds
    • 68
    • 66
  • Conveniently situated between the Home of Golf, St Andrews, and the regular Open venue of Carnoustie, Drumoig Golf Hotel is the perfect base to experience the wide range of golf courses available in Fife and Angus.
    • 18
    • 6,835yds
    • 72
    • 73
  • Golf was played in Dunfermline by King James I (VI of Scotland) and Charles I as long ago as the 16th century. The clubhouse has been modernised to provide you with modern facilities without losing the charm and mystery of the main building.
    • 18
    • 6,121yds
    • 72
    • 70
  • Dunnikier Park Golf Club, on the north of the town of Kirkcaldy, was established in 1963, and is one of Fife’s most beautiful parkland courses.
    • 18
    • 6,500yds
    • 72
    • 72

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