Located in the golfing heartland of North East Fife, Scotscraig Golf Club stands proudly as the 13th oldest club in the world. Steeped in history and tradition, this members club offers golfers an unforgettable experience on its renowned Links-Heath course.
As you step onto the course, you can't help but feel the weight of golfing history surrounding you. Scotscraig Golf Club has been the esteemed host of the Final Qualifying for The Open Championship on numerous occasions. And if that's not impressive enough, they proudly play for the oldest medal in golf, a tradition that has persisted for over two centuries.
Designed by the esteemed architect James Braid, the Scotscraig course features 18 holes of challenging golf that will test your skills and strategic thinking. With a par of 71 and a length of 6550 yards from the white tees, this course offers a satisfying and rewarding experience for golfers of all levels.
After a round of golf, you can unwind and relax in the welcoming clubhouse. Grab a refreshing drink at the bar and savour a delicious meal at the restaurant, where you can recount the highlights of your game with fellow golf enthusiasts. The clubhouse also boasts a well-stocked Pro Shop, where you can find everything you need for your golfing journey.
Under the guidance of professional Stuart Syme, Scotscraig Golf Club offers a range of services to enhance your game. Whether you're in need of tuition to refine your skills, custom fitting for the perfect clubs, or equipment repairs, the attentive staff is ready to assist you. They even provide equipment hire, trolley hire, electric trolley hire, and buggy hire for added convenience.
Situated in close proximity to the world-famous "Old Course" in St Andrews and the legendary Carnoustie Golf Links, Scotscraig Golf Club is an essential stop on any golfer's itinerary in the Fife or Tayside area. Embrace the rich history, the stunning course, and the warm hospitality at Scotscraig Golf Club, where tradition meets excellence in every swing.