First in Fife

As you might expect, the Kingdom of Fife has a wide range of golf courses to suit all levels of golfers and all budgets. There are golf courses by the sea and courses built on beautiful parkland.

Dunfermline Golf Club - David J Whyte ©

Dunfermline Golf Club

A gently undulating parkland course designed by J R Stutt. This historic 18-hole course has a slightly unusual configuration of 5 par 3 holes and 5 par 5 holes.

Canmore Golf Club - David J Whyte ©

Canmore Golf Club

Canmore is a well maintained 18-hole undulating parkland course. It is of moderate length and is a good test of accuracy with some challenging par 3s.

Aberdour Golf Club - David J Whyte © Linksland.

Aberdour Golf Club

Located on the shore of the River Forth, this challenging parkland course offers a series of testing holes and beautiful panoramic view across the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh.

Burntisland Golf Club - David J Whyte ©

Burntisland Golf Club

Founded 200 years ago, Burntisland is the 9th oldest golf club in the world. This parkland style course is a par 70 and offers spectacular views across the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh.

Kirkcaldy Golf Club 1st - David J Whyte ©

Kirkcaldy Golf Club

This is an attractive 18-hole parkland course that caters to skills of all levels. Remember to look out for the burn which comes into play on 5 holes. The club is private, but visitors are welcome if they call in advance.

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Thornton Golf Club

Enjoy a round on this scenic, heavily wooded parkland course which is renowned for its beautifully presented greens. The final five holes offer a fantastic challenge with the River Ore coming into play on the 14th hole.

Balbirnie Park Golf Club - David J Whyte ©

Balbirnie Park Golf Club

Set within 140 acres of superb woodland, this rolling parkland course was opened in 1983 and is a good challenge for golfers of all abilities. The 496 yard, par 5, 18th hole - ‘Back Burn’ - is a very fine closing hole.

Kinross Montgomery Course - David J Whyte ©

Kinross, The Montgomery Course

The Montgomery is a beautiful parkland course located on the shores of Loch Leven. Look out for the closing hole. This tricky par 4 has dashed the hopes of many a golfer contemplating the Montgomery Challenge Hall of Fame.

Kinross Bruce Course - David J Whyte ©

Kinross, Bruce Course

Known as the ‘Wild Child’ of Kinross golf, this scenic parkland course is a thoroughly enjoyable test of golf. Look out for a challenging outward nine where you'll find four par-5s in the space of six holes.

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Charleton Golf Club

A spectacular golf course, set in stunning parkland surroundings, offering a challenge to golfers of all standards. The course is a par 71 and plays 6,443 yards from the back tees.

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Pitreavie Golf Club

Built by renowned architect Alister MacKenzie, this undulating parkland course offers beautiful panoramic views across the Firth of Forth towards Edinburgh and beyond.