The new course at Dodhead, was first surveyed by Old Tom Morris; designed by Willie Park Jnr in 1896 and later updated by legendary golf course architect James Braid in 1922.
Not the longest of golf courses at just under 6000 yards, it offers a variety of unique challenges to golfers of all abilities. Its tight fairways, fast greens and natural hazards are a true test of nerve and skill.
The course also boasts plenty of great seaward views from many of the vantage points with Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh Castle, the Bass Rock and Berwick Law all easily recognisable across the water, as well as the Forth Bridges to the west.
Burntisland Golf House Club is very popular with visiting societies with many returning annually. Renowned for its relaxed style and friendly atmosphere, all parties are promised a warm welcome.
Society groups can choose from various tailor-made packages which combine excellent golf on the well-conditioned course along with dining options.
Come and walk in the footsteps of legends.