1 Golf Place is located within a 30 second walk of the world famous St Andrews Old Course golf course and the Royal & Ancient Clubhouse (R&A). There has been a hotel on the site since 1827, in atownhouse steeped with both history and a modern flair. Situated in a perfect location for exploring St Andrews and beyond, you will find there is plenty to see and do (not just golf). The busy bar downstairs has a large selection of great beers, wines and a large variety of spirits.
Cupar Golf Course is located at Hilltarvit, which is on the south side of Cupar, ten miles west of St Andrews. The Club was founded on 7th November 1855. Cupar Golf Club is rich with history and isprobably the oldest nine-hole club in the world. Cupar's nine holes will entertain players of all abilities.
The rates are £15 per hour for hire of the unit (members' rate) and £20 per hour (visitor rate). 4 visitors would therefore pay £10 per head for a 2 hour session. To play a roundwill take between 2 and 3 hours. Not only can you play 100 of the top courses in the world such as St Andrews Old Course, Kingsbarns, & Augusta National, but also you can have fun playing "Nearest the Pin" or "Longest Drive" or simply have a bit of practice on the range.
The course is set on 250 acres of spectacular Fife countryside, which weaves through a natural bird and wildlife haven. Our accommodation comprises 24 en-suite bedrooms of which 19 are located inunique lodges adjacent to the main facilities. Rooms are tastefully furnished and include freeview TV, and complimentary tea and coffee making facilities. Four further luxury rooms can be found on the upper level of the main building.
Tulliallan Golf Course offers a challenging test of golf, requiring accurate shots in order to score well. Thanks to its excellent drainage, Tulliallan Golf Course is rarely closed. Visitors toTulliallan Golf Course can choose to play from any of the tee boxes, the choice is yours.
In addition to overseeing the Festival, Richard is in charge of the Global Ambassador Programme and to date has created links for the Festival with twenty five countries world wide. From 1984 to 1995,Richard was involved in the creation of many top quality golf clubs throughout the world as consultant surveyor with Robert Trent Jones II. He was Director of Operations for the London office covering an area from the Caribbean to India.
Scotland for Golf is a leader in the scottish golf tours industry. We provide for the UK & overseas visitor plus international organisations interested in visiting the "Home of Golf" in Scotland.Founded in 1999 by a specialist group of St Andrews Golf Pro's who employed their knowledge and linking skills on Scottish golf to offer the best booking information possible.
Here at Leven Links we are proud of our traditions and true Links Golf Course with its wonderful approaches, large true running greens and one of the finest finishing holes in golf that will live longin the memory of anyone who plays it. Having been described by the editor of Golf Monthly as being "One of the best stands of bents and fescues in Scotland" you will be made most welcome for a unique golfing experience.
Scoonie Golf Club is situated in the seaside town of Leven in the Kingdom of Fife. Scoonie Golf Club is a member of the Association of James Braid courses and the course provides sufficient challengesto maintain the interest of low handicap golfers whilst remaining within the capabilities of the higher handicappers. Visitors are always welcome and as well as the golfing treat you can also sample the warm hospitality while enjoying the full facilities of the clubhouse, Bar and catering facilities.
St Regulus Ladies Golf Club was formed in 1913 by 25 former pupils of Madras College and a few friends. Currently the club has an enthusiastic membership of around 370 members including a junior andputting section. It has a full fixture list playing over all the St Andrews courses including the Old Course and the Castle Course.
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.
We specialise in providing bespoke golf holidays to the finest golf courses in St. Andrews. We offer you the best of what we've experienced during our many years in the golf holiday industry in StAndrews. We know the hotels, played all the courses - we know the best places to stay and play! Booking a golf holiday is about personal and professional service and we will look after your travel arrangements as if they were our own.
In addition to enjoying our Worldwide Top 100 ranked course, we hope lifelong memories of our comfortable, friendly and attentive service complete your "Kingsbarns Experience". The relaxed clubhouse,broad smile from each member of staff and hearty handshake of the first tee starter - all combine to ensure your trip to play golf in Scotland includes what has been called the warmest welcome in golf.
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.
Lundin Ladies' Golf Club is known and loved by many as one of the oldest ladies' golf club in Scotland. It is run solely by the ladies and has close to 200 members. However, gentlemen and juniors arevery welcome to come and play on a pay per round basis. Over the years many children have begun their golf on this course, and we encourage juniors to learn the basic skills of golf and the important etiquette is emphasised.
Lundin Golf Club, near to St Andrews the ‘Home of Golf', is well known throughout the golfing world as a course of rare quality. Founded in 1868, on a Tom Morris course it was extensivelyredesigned by five times Open Champion James Braid in 1909.
Golf has been played at Burntisland in Fife since 1797 - historians suggest 1688! The original Burntisland Golf Club is officially recognised as the 10th oldest club in the world. First surveyed byOld Tom Morris, the Dodhead parkland layout of 1896 was designed by Willie Park Jnr, twice Open champion, and updated by James Braid in 1922.
Welcome to Anstruther Golf Club home of The Rockies voted the toughest par 3 in the UK by Todays Golfer in September 2007. Are you up for the challenge? Our philosophy is that we treat all of ourguests as members and a truly warm ‘Anster' welcome awaits all visiting golfers. Anstruther Golf Club was founded in 1890 and has seen many changes over the years.
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.
Preferential rates for St Andrews Golfers Village guests at the world famous Fairmont Hotel nearby. Special Winter Weekend Break offer, four nights for the price of three, subject to availability. StAndrews Golfers Village is located at Balmashie, a charming development of self-catering cottages ideally suited to golfers and conveniently located just 10 minutes drive from St Andrews, the world famous home of golf.