There are over 45 golf courses in Fife with famous, historic and challenging courses. Whether you prefer to tee off at a parkland, links or inland course or even a world-famous course such as the Old Course in St Andrews, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
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Although the five times Open Champion and master golf course architect James Braid was born within a short mashie shot of the golf course and learned to play his golf on Elie links it is one layout that he had no hand in developing.
18 holes, 6121 yards, SSS 70, par 72
A gently undulating parkland course designed by J R Stutt.
A heathland course of Championship status (Par 71) set amongst heather, pine trees and silver birch.
Set on a 520 acre estate with a unique coastal setting, the 209 bedroom Scottish hotel is the perfect location to turn any holiday into a treasured memory.
Like just about everything else in St Andrews the word new is something of a misnomer.
Kinghorn is a traditional links course with magnificent views over the Firth of Fourth. There are very few golf courses in the world with such panoramic views as this particular course.
With a par of 67 the course is moderate in length; it is a good test of accuracy and demands a good short game.
Surrounded by ancient trees, some several 100 years old, Charleton is situated in the middle of the Charleton Estate with 300-year-old ancestral home of the St. Clair family.