Although located within the town boundary of Kirkcaldy in Fife,
Scotland, as soon as you step out of your car you feel as if you
could be miles away in the countryside. As you drive alongside
the perimeter fence of the glorious Beveridge Park, you come across
the entrance gateway to Kirkcaldy Golf Club in
Fife, whose course was designed in 1904 by the very well renowned
Tom Morris. The clubhouse with its feature clock will tell how
long it is until your tee off.
The magnificent first hole may appear daunting, over the burn
and perched on top of the hill, but the climb is well worth the
effort. The recent upgrading of the paths and buggy tracks gives
definition to the fairways, creating clean lines to the course.
Although one of the lesser known golf courses in Fife, you will
be pleasantly surprised at the course layout and facilities provided.
Golf director, Anthony Caira will be pleased to provide any tuition
or equipment you or your golf party will require including golf
carts for hire.
Golfing in Fife is not limited to the Old
Course in St Andrews, so come and enjoy this parkland course
with glorious views across to Edinburgh over the River Forth.
Golf Fife has no doubt that you will return to this well presented
golf course with its impressive club house which provides shower
and changing facilities. The extensive bar and restaurant present
a relaxing atmosphere to end your golf in Fife day out, with views
to the 1st hole and 18th green.
Make Kirkcaldy in Fife your base, and enjoy some of the many
local Fife courses within a 10 mile radius, ranging from seaside
links at Kinghorn, Leven and
Aberdour and the parkland
courses of Dunnikier,
Thornton, Glenrothes and Burntisland,
all offering something different in their own right.
Golf Fife can organise your complete golfing holiday in Fife,
Scotland and for further information on all of the golf courses
in Fife, Scotland please complete our contact
form or EMAIL US - (Please include your daytime and evening phone number)
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