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The old Balcomie Links in the old burgh of Crail near St Andrews is one of Scotlands finest golfing treasures.
Crail’s newest course was designed by award winning American architect, Gil Hanse and offers a modern interpretation of links golf using the natural undulations of the land at Fifeness.
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Try your hand at archery, canoeing or one of the many other fun activities available from East Neuk Outdoors.
Sailing Charter Companies
Aberfoyle Sailing Charters offer skippered sailing holidays to suit your choice, be it a single day or a cruise extending several days or weeks.
Marinas, Harbours & Moorings
Anstruther harbour is ideally situated for exploring the Firth of Forth or for a stopover whilst sailing the east coast.
Anstruther was founded in 1890 and has seen many changes over the years, from a seven hole course with trenches through the middle and poles scattered over the greens, to stop gliders landing during the war.
Since it was opened in 2000 Kingsbarns Links has shot to stardom as one of the world's outstanding courses.
less than 10 miles
The Strathtyrum Course, under the ownership and guidance of the St Andrews Links Trust, opened for play in 1993 along with the newly developed and smaller Balgove Course.
St Andrews Links Golf Shop sells official merchandise of St Andrews Links, the Home of Golf.
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.