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.
Welcome to Scotscraig, an Open Final Qualifying Course, steeped in history and with proud traditions.
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.
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.
Our philosophy is that we treat all of our guests as members and a truly warm Anstruther welcome awaits all visiting golfers.
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.
Saline Golf Club is situated about 45 minutes drive from the home of golf St Andrews, a 20 minute drive from the Forth Road Bridge.
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.
Thornton Golf Club, established in 1921, is a scenic and wooded, parkland course renowned for the condition of its greens.
At Pitreavie Dunfermline Golf Club in Fife, you can enjoy a warm Scottish welcome on our 18-hole parkland course, which was designed by the legendary Dr. Alister MacKenzie.
With spectacular views - the sea is visible from every hole - Craighead Links achieved fame in the 2001 Guinness Book of Records for the most nationalities playing in an international tournament.
Opened in May 2020, Dumbarnie Golf Links is a premium links golf course. Designed by Clive Clark it offers spectacular views of the Firth of Forth from 14 of the 18 holes.
A combination of stunning coastal views, centuries of history and hugely enjoyable golf makes Balcomie Links one of Scotlands golfing gems.
Lundin Golf Club, near to St Andrews the 'Home of Golf', is well known throughout the golfing world as a course of rare quality.
The Torrance Course re-opened in July 2009 following an extensive refurbishment program; it offers a challenge to both amateurs and professionals alike.
Lochgelly Golf Club is a tough parkland course that sits in the heart of Fife, made famous through out the golfing world as the home of golf.
Golf has been played at Burntisland in Fife since 1797 – historians suggest 1688! The original Burntisland Golf Club is officially recognised as the 10th oldest club in the world.
With a spectacular setting above St Andrews, the championship The Duke's gives magnificent panoramic views over the surrounding countryside to the sea.The Duke's is highly regarded as one of the...
Leven Links is widely regarded as one of the best and purest links courses in Scotland, boasting input from Old Tom Morris himself. It is a former qualifying venue for The Open Championship’s held at St Andrews.
Scoonie Golf Course is situation in the seaside town of Leven in the Kingdom of Fife.
A heathland course of Championship status set amongst heather, pine trees and silver birch.The Championship course has two loops of nine holes - visitors generally use the blue course (6299 yards).
If you enjoy golf but also enjoy fishing and nature, then Lochore Meadows Golf Course, located 100% within the confines of Lochore Meadows Country Park, is for you.
The newest addition to St Andrews Links, The Castle Course was built in 2008 becoming the seventh course at the Home of Golf and part of the largest public golfing complex in Europe.
The Kittocks course originally opened in 2001 and designed by Bruce Devlin.The coastal course has recently been upgraded to consist of 18 challenging holes with spectacular panoramic views of the...
The oldest golf course in the world.
Situated in Fife, on the East coast of Scotland, Kinghorn is an 18 hole links course with fine views over the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh
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.
Glenrothes Golf Course is an 18 hole, 6406 yard, par 71 course. The course occupies a prominent position on the high ground to the west of Glenrothes.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Only slightly more forgiving than it's contemporaries on the seaward side of the Links, the Eden Course was built in 1914.
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 Balgove is the only 9 hole course at the Home of Golf.It primarily caters for families, children and beginners.
A warm welcome is guaranteed to all visitors to Falkland Golf Club and our wonderful 9 hole golf course, which was originally opened in 1902 and rebuilt in 1975.
Established in 1896, our well-maintained parkland course by the Firth of Forth offers fantastic views and is an enjoyable and testing round for golfers of all abilities.
Originally founded in 1898, Leslie Golf Club offers golfers of all abilities an enjoyable experience and a great day out.
Lundin Ladies Golf Club is known and loved by many as one of the only ladies golf club in Scotland. It is run solely by the ladies but welcomes gentlemen players and juniors.
St. Michaels Golf Club in Fife, Scotland, is an 18 hole parkland course situated on Gallow Hill, 6 miles north-west of St. Andrews.
Kirkcaldy Golf Course was designed by the famous Tom Morris in 1904.It is a very attractive 18 Hole parkland course designed to challenge golfers of all standards.
Enjoy the experience of playing 9 holes with original hickory golf clubs and balls that represent the feel and distance of the 100 years ago. Telephone or e-mail in advance to ensure that you reserve.
Charleton Golf Club
This testing par 72 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.
Canmore Golf Club
Looking for a forward thinking Golf Club in Fife......Canmore Golf Club is the answer.Set in a parkland location with views over Dunfermline, Canmore Golf Club is a fair challenge to every golfer and...
Forrester Country Park
Visitors Pay and Play golf is available seven days a week and we have a wide range of packages to suit all levels of golfers and non golfers alike.
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