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.
Parkland, 18 holes, 5,993 yards, SSS 70, Par 70.
Because of its central location, Burntisland is the ideal choice for visiting clubs and societies from the Lothians, Central, Perth & Kinross and Angus regions. If you are holidaying and golfing in Fife, or breaking your journey from Muirfield to St Andrews or Carnoustie, don't miss out on a great golfing experience.
At Burntisland you can enjoy an 18-hole parkland course which was designed by the legendary Willie Park Jun. of Musselburgh, on the recommendation of no less a golfer than Old Tom Morris himself.
If you live in Fife, or if you are just visiting, why don't you treat yourself to a game where greats like Vardon and Braid competed against each other in their prime, and enjoy the spectacular views of the Firth of Forth along the way.
THE 18-hole course has a parkland nature, but it does have some holes which have links-type turf to hit off, and a crisp strike imparts some much needed control at these points.
At just under 6000 yards off the medal tees, the course provides a good test of golf, without being beyond the means of the average club golfer. A par 70 and SSS 70 (Gents) 71 (Ladies) gives everyone a fair chance of playing to their handicap on every outing.
Burntisland Golf House Club is very popular for group/society bookings, with many returning annually. Please book early to avoid disappointment if you have a particular date in mind.
The Club is renowned for its friendly atmosphere, and promises all visiting parties a warm welcome. With it’s excellent bar and catering facilities, it is able to provide a wide variety of options for visiting groups/societies.