Fife Golf Courses
Aberdour Golf Club, in Fife, is located 30 miles south of St. Andrews, on the shores of the River Forth. Aberdour was founded in 1896 but didn't start developing a golf course at its current location until 1905.
Aberdour Golf Club
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.
Anstruther Golf Club
Auchterderran Golf Club is situated amidst the rolling countryside of the former mining village of Cardenden. The course has a unique, idyllic charm that holds its own even against Fife's many exceptional golf courses.
Auchterderran Golf Course
Fife KY5 0NH
Balbirnie Park Golf Club is a beautifully manicured parkland golf course 20 minutes south of the Old Course, St Andrews. The course is laid out in two nine holes, each being a good test of golf for all levels of golfer.
Balbirnie Park Golf Course
The Scots associate golf with Crail almost as closely as they do St. Andrews. Founded in 1786, The Crail Golfing Society is the seventh oldest in the world. Crail Golfing Society oversees operation of two amazing links layouts.
Crail Golfing Society
Burntisland Golf House Club in Fife, Scotland, is an 18-hole golf course designed by architect Willie Park Jun. It's best described as having a parkland nature, although some holes have a links-type turf to hit off. The course is just under 6,000 yards and has a diversity of terrain.
Burntisland Golf House Club
Canmore Golf Club in Dunfermline was built in 1897 and has been at its present site since 1902. In 1914, the nine-hole course became 18, although play on the back nine was limited as most of it was given up during World War I.
Canmore Golf Club
Charleton Golf Club in Fife bills itself as the "perfect course for visitors. " The parkland golf course is an 18-hole par 72, just 15 minutes from St. Andrews. The holes are set among panoramic views over the Firth of Forth, in what its Web site boasts as "the most attractive golf course in Fife.
Charleton Golf and Country Club
By Kirkcaldy, Fife,
Scotland, KY2 6QU.
If you're looking for stately history and lore in your Scottish golf, don't look at Cowdenbeath Golf Club. Built in 1988, it certainly doesn't have the seniority of St. Andrews, but it makes up what it lacks in gravitas with character and charm.
Cowdenbeath Golf Club
Craighead Links was opened for play in 1998, providing a worthy alternative to the Crail Golfing Society's famous and historic neighbor, Balcomie. American golf architect Gil Hanse created a course that features many of the best aspects of Scottish classic links.
Crail Golfing Society
Cupar Golf Club is a nine-hole course, located on the south side of Cupar, 10 miles west of St. Andrews. And if you're waiting for the club to add the back nine, you might be waiting a long while.
Cupar Golf Club
Fife KY15 5JT
Drumoig is a new 7,017 yard course over natural free draining and rolling countryside, incorporating the most extensive training area designed by the Scottish Golf Union for National Training, plus unique lodge - hotel - clubhouse arrangement providing a relaxed environment and offering the golfer surroundings second to none.
Drumoig Hotel and Golf Course
Dunfermline Golf Club has had four homes, which seems like a lot, except it has been around since 1887. So that averages to one home every 30 years. The math is a little fuzzy, though, because the club has been at Pitfirrane since 1953.
Dunfermline Golf Club
Dunnikier Park Golf Club is an 18-hole course located in Kirkcaldy, Scotland, 30 miles north of Edinburgh and 20 miles south of St. Andrews. Formed in 1963, the golf course has evolved over the years.
Fife KY1 3LP
Today's 18-hole golf course at Elie is a 6,251-yard (par 70) course, and the 4th through 7th holes still appear much as they were 400 years ago. Indeed, time and nature alone are responsible for today's layout.
The Golf House Club
Golf Course Lane
Elie, Fife KY9 1AS
Sometimes good things come in small, err, layouts. Such is the case with Elie Sports Club Golf Course in Elie. The nine hole links course - located close to its big brother, Elie Golf Club - features fun play with great views overlooking the Firth of Forth.
Golf Course Lane
Elie, Fife KY9 1AS
Elmwood Golf Club offers a player-friendly course that is set amongst the scenic Fife countryside, near St. Andrews. The pay-as-you-play golf course offers a scenic stroll with views of Tarvit Hill and Lomond Hill.
Elmwood Golf Course
Stratheden By Cupar
Fife KY15 5RS
It's not often you play a nine hole golf course with a backdrop of an ancient royal palace. You will find it in Falkland, though, home to the Falkland Palace and its neighbor, the Falkland Golf Club.
Falkland Golf Club
Stretching across 350 acres of scenic parkland in East Central Scotland, the Forrester Park Resort was once a part of the historic Keavil Estate, which served as pastureland for the needs of the ancient town of Dumferline.
Cairneyhill, Dunfermline, Fife, KY12 8RF
Glenrothes Golf Club in Fife offers a challenging 18-hole golf course in a parkland setting. Built in 1967, it's a par-71, 6,406-yard course that occupies a prominent position on the high ground west of Glenrothes.
Golf Course Road
Fife, Scotland, KY6 2LA
Kingarrock Golf Course offers a unique chance to play golf the way it was originally played in the 1920s. Players are provided with hickory clubs, balls, and tees used more than eight decades ago when the course first opened in 1924.
Hill of Tarvit
Fife KY15 5PB
Forget the golf, visit Kinghorn Golf Club for the views. Okay, maybe you don't want to forget the golf altogether, but you'll certainly want to pack a camera along with your golf clubs.
Kinghorn Golf Club
Fife KY3 9RF
A scant six miles down the coast from the most revered links golf course in the world, the Old Course at St. Andrews, lies a golf course many believe will one day dominate the links landscape: Kingsbarns Golf Links.
Fife KY16 8QD
Kirkcaldy Golf Course in Fife, Scotland, is an attractive, 18-hole parkland course that features a traditional Scottish burn that meanders by five holes throughout the course. Founded in 1904, Kirkcaldy is known locally as Balwearie and is spread over 150 acres of Fife countryside,
Fife KY2 5LT
Yes, you can visit Ladybank Golf Club in Fife, Scotland for the golf. Or, if you are so inclined, you can visit for the flora and fauna that are just as abundant as the eagles and birdies.
Ladybank Golf Club
Location: 10 miles east of M90 from Junctions 5,6 or 7
Leslie Golf Club
Leven Links in Fife, Scotland, tracks its history back to 1846, making it one of the oldest golf courses around. The beginnings of the course are sketchy, but it's known that it was extended to 18 holes in 1868 and that until 1876, the course was maintained by players and their families.
Leven, Scotland KY8 3HS
Lochgelly Golf Club is a relatively flat parkland course with views over the Meadows, the Lomonds and the Ochills. The views are worth the price of a round alone. It is located in Fife, Scotland, the heart of golfing country.
Kirkcaldy, KY5 9PB
If you enjoy golf but also enjoy fishing and nature, than Lochore Meadows Golf Course, located 100 percent within the confines of Lochore Meadows Country Park, is for you. The park has views across Loch Ore and wooded hills, and it provides a tranquil setting for a relaxing game.
Lochmore Meadows Country Park
Fife KY5 8BA
Lundin Golf Club, just 30 minutes from St. Andrews, is one of Scotland's lesser known gems. The golf course is renowned for its beautiful greens and demanding, short par 4s. The club was founded in 1868 and was redesigned in 1908-09.
Lundin Links, Fife, Scotland KY8 6BA
Location: Follow A915 to St Andrews, turn left at Royal Bank of Scotland in Lundin Links.
Lundin Links, Fife, Scotland KY8 6AR
Pitreavie Golf Club has an 18-hole, parkland layout with some elements of traditional links golf mixed in. Dr. Allistair MacKenzie designed Pitreavie. In his design, he incorporated features from his favorite course, the famous Old Course at St Andrews.
Pitreavie Golf Club
Saline Golf Club was established in 1912 and is about 45 minutes from St. Andrews. It's an excellent nine-hole golf course laid out over a south-facing hillside with views over the Forth Bridges, the rolling hills of the Lothian's, Stirling and the Ochil Hills.
Saline Golf Club
Fife KY12 9LT
Location: On coastal route between Kirkcaldy and St Andrews close to Leven town centre.
Scoonie Golf Club
North Links, Leven
Fife KY8 4SP
Within a 20-minute drive of St. Andrews, golfers willing to do their research will find a memorable and inexpensive round of inland links golf at Scotscraig Golf Club in Tayport, Fife. Founded in 1817, Scotscraig is the 13th oldest golf club in the world.
St. Michaels Golf Club in Fife, Scotland, is on Gallow Hill, a quarter mile west of St. Andrews. In fact, from its elevated location, you have great views over the river Eden to the town and bay of St.
St Michaels Golf Club
Thornton Golf Club's philosophy is that it treats all guests like members. Established in 1921, Thornton is a scenic and wooded parkland golf course known for its well-conditioned greens. The course is bounded by the River Ore and is an easy walk.
Thornton Golf Club
Fife KY1 4DW