Anstruther GCAnstruther Golf Club

Anstruther Golf Club
Anstruther Golf Club
Shore Road
KY10 3DZ

Phone(s): +44 (0) 1333 310956

Anstruther Golf Club, set in the picturesque old fishing village in the East Neuk of Fife (just nine miles from St. Andrews), is a nine-hole golf course founded in 1890. Reaching along the shoreline between Pittenweem and Anstruther, the views are incredible. And the coastline provides more than just a gorgeous backdrop, with the winds off the sea adding to the difficulty of the course.

It starts with the first hole, nicknamed Johnny Doo, a par-4 opening drive up a hill. If you're long, you'll make it to the top; if not, you'll settle at an angle with a blind second shot and a bunker on the right-hand side. The fifth hole at Anstruther (nicknamed Rockies) has been voted one of the toughest par 3s in the United Kingdom by Today's Golfer. The ninth, called The Hynd, is a par 3 that plays down toward the first tee and the clubhouse. The green ends only a yard from the garden, making a tough shot if overplayed.

The golf course is suitable for golfers of any age or experience. Visitors are always welcome. Visitor times limited on Saturdays - check in advance.

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One of the many great views at AnstrutherA view from Anstruther Golf Club.Anstruther Golf Club

Golf course details

  • Holes: 9
  • Designed by: Old Tom Morris
  • Year opened: 1890
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  • Guest Policy: Welcomed
  • Tee times welcomed: July and August it is busier so it may be advisable to book during this time
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Green fees price ranges

  • Week days: £20
  • Weekends: £20

Course policies

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  • Credit cards accepted: Yes

Length, slope and rating for each tee

Tee Par Length Slope Rating
White 31 2345 yd. 0 0
Yellow 31 2252 yd. 0 0
Red (W) 35 2195 yd. 0 0

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