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.
Dunnikier Park is an attractive parkland course that's characterised by mature tree-lined rolling fairways and bunkers left and right on nearly ever green. The course is an 18 hole parkland layout that is situated on the outskirts of Kirkcaldy.
Designed to complement the tougher championship layouts at the Home of Golf, the Strathtyrum was opened in 1993.
The moment you arrive at Kingsbarns, you know you're somewhere special.
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 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.
Less than an hours drive from Edinburgh, only twenty minutes from the home of golf at St. Andrews and within sight of Muirfield - Elie provides a unique golfing experience.
Auchterderran is an interesting 9 hole course set in the heart of the 'Home of Golf' that opened to great acclaim in 1904. The course itself is set in the forming mining village of Cardenden and boasts wonderful views of the local countryside.
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.
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