Some will say "The Bruce" while others will say "The Montgomery." The best way to answer the question for yourself is to play them both; come for the day or take advantage of one our value-ladenstay-and-play packages. Getting to Kinross is easy, especially from the Central Belt: drive time to Glasgow is 60 minutes and 30 minutes to Edinburgh. Many repeat visitors come from north-east Scotland, The Borders, and north-east England.
Lochgelly Golf Club is a pleasent parkland course located in the heart of Fife, made famous through out the golfing world as the home of golf. Reputation from visitors recommend Lochgelly Golf Courseas a must play course in the area not only for the great views of the Ochil and Lomond hills but for the easy layout for walking and a course setup for all handicaps.
Situated below the slopes of the Ochil Hills, the lovely Perthshire village of Dunning is steeped in history, from the Iron Age fort at Dun Knock, through to the 1st Century Roman camp at Kincladieand a monument commemorating the last witch in Scotland, Maggie Wall, who was burnt in 1657. Add a 17th century St Serf's church and the famous 9th century Pictish Dupplin Cross and you will be playing golf at one of Scotland's ancient settlements.
In the Auchterarder Guide of some 50 years ago it gives a population of 2,254 and also mentions that Auchterarder derives its name from the Gaelic 'Auchdar aird tir', signifying 'the summit of therising ground'. Standing on a ridge in Strathearn, it is one of the highest towns in Scotland. It also mentions sporting facilities, the nine- hole course being recognised as one of the finest inland courses in Central Scotland, laid out in 1913 by Ben Sayers. A modest payment made the visitor a member.
Members please ensure you repair pitch marks on the fairways and plug marks on the greens. This is your course please take an interest in its appearance. Founded in 1899, the club and course enjoy abackdrop more reminiscent of the Swiss Alps than Central Scotland. Indeed, this was confirmed when, on 20th June 1879 while passing by train, Queen Victoria described Tillicoultry as "lying in a wooded green valley at the foot of the [Ochil] hills, reminding me of Italy and Switzerland".
As previously advised, the club have launched a new website, the new site will have a link to the BRS tee booking system however please note that when logging in to the members' area of the websiteand the BRS system, when you are prompted to enter your user username and password, the username will be your membership number, not your email address.
Dunnikier Park Golf Club located on the north of the town of Kirkcaldy, is one of Fife's most beautiful parkland courses. Recent re-shaping of fairways and the addition of a meandering 'burn' add tothe picturesque features of the gently undulating 18 hole golf course, which provides a fine test of golf for the low handicap player while not proving too punishing for regular club golfers.
Founded in 1911, Craigie Hill is a Club steeped in history. Set in beautiful Perthshire, the course is located on the western edge of the historic City of Perth, only 25 minutes (17 miles) fromGleneagles, the venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup. The 18 hole golf course was designed around the natural contours of the land, and includes some of the most breathtaking scenery of any course in the area.
We are delighted to invite all existing, new and potential members to a series of open evenings this year. We will be playing 11 holes (format to be decided) followed by a light bite and an open forumwhere you can ask any questions you may have regarding joining the club or that you may have about the club. The only conditions are that non members must supply us with their telephone and email details.
If you are looking for things to do in Scotland and Fife then golf courses in Fife offer a treat to visitors. Fife is the home of golf and offers the most challenging golf in Scotland with a range ofgolf courses from links to parkland. Why not experience parkland golf at its best at Kirkcaldy Golf Club. This stunning 18-hole course is one of Fife's hidden gems. It was designed by Tom Morris in 1904 and offers enviable views over the Firth of Forth and the surrounding Fife countryside.