Thornton Golf Club, established in 1921, is a scenic and wooded, parkland course renowned for the condition of its greens.
The course, bounded by the River Ore, is easy walking and will provide a stirring round to players of all abilities. The course provides a challenge for the serious golfer and a real test for those who tend to hook and equally offers a pleasant golfing experience for all. The course has a testing finishing five holes which hold your attention to the very end. Here, the River Ore comes into play with the par three, 14th 'Burn' hole a particular feature.
Situated in the heart of Fife - ' the home of golf ' - the course is an easy 30 minutes drive from both the Forth and the Tay Road Bridges on the main A92 road between Kirkcaldy in the South and Glenrothes in the North.