St. Andrews is known throughout the world as the Home of Golf and where the origins and rules of the game of golf were developed. From a golfing perspective St. Andrews may arguably be the golfing centerpiece for golf in the Kingdom of Fife but throughout the Kingdom, there are a number of golfing Jewels in the Crown. One of these is Aberdour where you can enjoy ‘Golf with a View’.
- Aberdour is situated just six miles southeast of Dunfermline in the delightful region of Fife; lies some 30 miles south of St. Andrews and on the shores of the River Forth.
- Kinghorn is an 18 hole links course with fine views over the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh. The course, especially from the medal tees, presents a continual challenge, and it is a fine test of traditional links golf, (which, in the view of many of the members, is how golf should be played!).
- Kirkcaldy Golf Course was designed by the famous Tom Morris in 1904 – a very attractive 18 Hole parkland course designed to challenge golfers of all standards. One of the many features is a traditional Scottish burn which meanders its way by 5 holes throughout the course.
- Dunnikier Park is an attractive parkland course that’s characterized by mature tree-lined rolling fairways and bunkers left and right on nearly every green. The par 72 course offers a challenging test to the low handicap player whilst also providing a layout that allows golfers of all abilities to enjoy the gentle undulations and have a relaxing days golf. The club has excellent facilities for visitors and provides a full and varied catering service.
£195pp Golf Tour Includes:
Two Night Stay in Double or Twin Bedded Room (Based on 2 people sharing one room)
Three Course Dinner Each Night
Full Scottish Breakfast Each Morning
3 Rounds of Golf
Tee Times Booked on Guests Behalf
All Admin Fees
*£5 additional charge at Aberdour
*£10 additional charge at Kirkcaldy Golf Club