It may not be the longest links course in Scotland but nonetheless it presents a tough enough challenge, especially when the wind kicks up along the Firth of Forth.
Kilspindie is the 35th oldest club in the world and very proud of its heritage. Several holes run along the shoreline and there are splendid views. The par three 8th hole overlooking Gosford Bay is the hole that most visitors remember. It demands a testing tee shot that has to carry across the beach with the ever present wind making life even more difficult. Whilst not the longest course by modern standards Kilspindie is an ideal destination for golfers of all standards and is a true links course in every respect.
Type of course: Links
Length: 5,480 yards
Opening Exceptions: Prior booking essential