With a history like no other in the game, Fife, The Home of Golf, is the must visit destination for every golfer. Whether you wish to sample the unique delights of St Andrews, or test your game on one of our other 43 delightful courses, you can be sure your experience will last in your memory for a lifetime.
Designed to complement the tougher championship layouts at the Home of Golf, the Strathtyrum was opened in 1993.
Elmwood Golf is a beautiful parkland course on the outskirts of Cupar and has a wide range of facilities to suit everyone from beginners and juniors to the more experienced golfer.
The oldest 'new' course in the world, the second course at the Home of Golf was designed by the 'Keeper of the Green' in 1895 and was imaginatively named to differentiate from its famous neighbour.
Golf was played in Dunfermline by King James I (VI of Scotland) and Charles I as long ago as the 16th century. In keeping with its place as Scotland's ancient capital Dunfermline's clubhouse is a 600 year old baronial home.
The third championship course at the Home of Golf, the Jubilee is considered by many to be the most challenging course on the famous Links.
Only slightly more forgiving than it's contemporaries on the seaward side of the Links, the Eden Course was built in 1914.
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.
The Balgove is the only 9 hole course at the Home of Golf.It primarily caters for families, children and beginners.
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