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Gleneagles Golf Course Fife

Definitely one of the worlds outstanding hotels and golf resort. Set in a picturesque location with outstanding scenery Gleneagles Hotel can offer both the golfer and non golfer a truly memorable experience of pure Scottish Hospitality. Famous the world over it has hosted many Professional Tour events including the Scottish Open, and is within easy range of both Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports. It has a choice of 3 courses each with its own individual features and a round of golf on any of the courses is a memory to savour. Non golfers can also take advantage of the many other sporting facilities available at this magnificent hotel.

With stunning views across the Firth of Forth this 18 hole, par 67 course offers the unusual mixture of the feel of an inland course by the coast.

Aberdour Golf Course Fife

Balbirnie Golf Course Fife

Here you can stay in the impressive Balbirnie Hotel, walk out of the front door and have a round of golf on the beautiful Balbirnie Park Golf Club, chosen by the Scottish PGA for competition and championship play.

This 18 hole, par 70 can be appreciated by the golfer as well as the tourist. With views across the bay to Edinburgh and Dunbar, a course you will remember.

Burntisland Golf Club Fife

Canmore Golf Course by Dunfermline

Not the longest of courses but accuracy is required as well as a sound short game. Some of the unusual par 3’s will certainly keep you interested.

Although not located in Fife, the golfing experience would not be complete without the addition of neighbouring championship courses. Rounds can be played over the championship, Burnside and Buddon Links courses.

Carnoustie Golf Course

Charleton Golf Club Fife

18 hole – Par 72
A terrific course in a parkland setting which also boasts an 18 hole par 3 course, as well as a fully turfed practice and driving range.

Skirting along the Fife coast this historic course which boasts being the seventh oldest club in the world is a true test, if the wind is blowing or not.

Crail, Balcomie Golf Course

Drumoig Golf Course Leuchars

Located in Leuchars on the outskirts of St Andrews. A lesser known course but still just as challenging as its more famous neighbours.

On the outreaches of Kirkcaldy, this well laid out municipal course will suit all levels of golfer.

Dunnikier Park Golf Course, Kirkcaldy

Elie Golf Course Fife

A true links course that remains a favourite with holiday makers and locals alike. One of the more unusual features is a World War 2 submarine periscope which the starter uses to ensure the first fairway is clear. Stunning views – well worth a visit.

On the outskirts of Cupar, famed for its green keeper training, there is never a question of the manicuring and condition of the course.

Elmwood Stratheden Golf Course, Cupar

Falkland Golf Course

This short but testing course of 9 holes is set in parkland and is less than 3000 yards long. Catering for parties can be arranged with prior notice.

A new addition, but increasing in stature to its nearby rivals. A parkland course which has the length to test any golfer. Superb clubhouse that can cater for any outing or occasion.

Forrester Park Golf Course, Dunfermline

Kingsbarns Golf Course

Featured Golf Course - Click for more detailsAlthough considered to be a new course, it has in fact been a course for over 200 years. Extended and refurbished in the last 10 years, this Open qualifying course with its awesome views across the bay and its immaculate presentation will reward the most discerning of golfers. Not to be missed. Read more >>

The Muirs, Kinross will provide all your accommodation and golfing needs for your stay. Both courses have their own personality and each is worth a visit.

Kinross Montgomery and Bruce Golf Courses

Kirkcaldy Golf Course

Featured Golf Course - Click for more detailsKnown to all the locals as Balwearie, this parkland course offers the peace and quiet of a country location, but is still within minutes of the town centre. Director of Golf, Anthony Caira can arrange golf lessons to make the most of your visit. Power golf carts are available. Read more >>

Featured Golf Course - Click for more detailsLADYBANK
Set in a woodland setting, this Open qualifying course will test even the lowest of handicaps. Its tight fairways and small greens make it an ideal test of golf. Read more >>

Ladybank Golf Course

Leven Links Golf Course

Sits only yards away from the River Forth and on an hourly basis differs with the changing of the tide.

Running in line with Leven Links, this wonderful golf links offers everything – pot bunkers, perfect greens, out of bounds – not for the faint hearted, but perfect for the modern golfer.

Lundin Links Golf Club

Scotscraig Golf Course

Situated only 15 minutes from St Andrews, this 6310 yard long course with large fairway bunkers is challenging and exciting.

St Andrews Courses

This Peter Thomson designed course at first sight may look tame, but when the wind blows and the clusters of small bunkers and the undulations come into play, the subtleties and natural beauty make this a course you will enjoy playing, and look forward to your next visit.

Dukes Golf Course St Andrews

Balgove Golf Course St Andrews

Designed to be a course for the less dedicated, beginners and children, this easy walking, 9 hole course gives the St Andrews experience without the competitive element.

Hugging the coastline with stunning views of St Andrews and Kinkell Ness, the North Sea is a magnificent backdrop to this David McLay Kidd designed course.

The Castle Golf Course St Andrews

The Eden Golf Course St Andrews

Celebrating its centenary in 2014, this links course cannot be taken for granted, with its bunkers positioned to keep you on your toes. Annually holding the Eden Trophy, one of Britain’s oldest amateur tournaments, it remains a course you will play again and again.

Overlooking the town of St Andrews, this championship listed course is one of the more difficult courses you will encounter on your visit. Stunning views across the town are a favourite with locals and visitors alike.

The Jubilee Golf Course St Andrews

The New Course St Andrews

One of old Tom Morris’ best designed courses has many of the world famous features of the Old Course replicated and will prove every bit as daunting. Opened in 1895 the “new” course is well located for the practice ground and floodlit driving range.

The youngest of the St Andrews family this links course has very few bunkers and will suit the less competitive golfer.

Strathtyrum Golf Course St Andrews

The Old Course St Andrews

Featured Golf Course - Click for more detailsThe undisputed number 1 golf course on any golfer’s wish list. Having hosted the millennium British Open proves how revered the hallowed turf is and how it will play its part in the 2010 Open. It is also plays its part in the Dunhill Links Championship every October. Read more >>

Fairmont, St Andrews Bay Courses

Measuring almost 7000 yards, it is a traditional Scottish links with stunning sea views as a backdrop. It is a collaboration of course building, firstly by Gene Sarazen then finally completed by Bob Torrance.

The Torrance Golf Course St Andrews

The Kittocks Golf Course St Andrews

THE KITTOCKS (formerly The Devlin)
Slightly longer than The Torrance, The Kittocks does not take prisoners. With its thick rough and its less then friendly bunkers which protect its large green from the unwary.

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