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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Parkland, 18 holes, 5,460 yards, SSS 66, Par 67.
Welcome to Links with History
This parkland course is situated in the heart of golfing country in the Kingdom of Fife, the place known round the world as the 'Home of Golf'.
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.
The Torrance Course, designed by the late Gene Sarazen and winning Ryder Cup Captain, Sam Torrance, is a par 72, 7037 yard course that sweeps its way around the hotel and down to the coastal edge.
The golf club is situated on the outskirts of the town on what is known as the “Kinghorn Loch” road, officially this is the B923, and it is just off the A921.
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.
By St Andrews
Since it was opened in 2000 Kingsbarns Links has shot to stardom as one of the world's outstanding courses.
Cupar is located on the outskirts of Cupar village on Ceres Road near the cemetery.