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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.
In more peaceful times this has developed into a magnificent nine-hole course that is both a pleasure and a challenge to play. Stretched along the shoreline between Pittenweem and Anstruther, the views are spectacular and the coastline adds to the complexity of the round with winds off the sea and bankings heading towards the beach.
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