Kinghorn Golf Club
Coursetype: This Links course, especially from the medal tees presents a continual challenge, and it is a fine test of traditional links golf. The course is operated by Fife Golf Trust, the Clubhouse is private with limited access. Visitors book with starter and can use Clubhouse facilities when open, check opening times they are limited.
Number Of Holes: 18
Yardage: From the white tees 5141 yards
Bar/Restaurant: Catering provided by appointment
Drinks/Snacks: Coffee machine available
Changing Facilities: The Ladies and Gents locker rooms provide changing facilities for the visitor
Shower Facilities: None
Scorecard and layout
Kinghorn Golf Course Scorecard and Course layout. Click or Tap Image to see full size
Pro-Shop: Some golf essentials available from the starters office
Golf Club Hire: None Available
Buggy Hire: None Available
Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys available to hire
Practice Area: Small practice area
Putting Practice: Practice putting green available
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In their Words…….
Kinghorn is one of Fife’s – and Scotland’s – oldest courses, it was founded in 1887. The original 9 hole layout was designed by the legendary Tom Morris.
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!). Spectacular views over the Firth of Forth are possible from almost all of the 18 holes.
A new clubhouse with panoramic views was opened in 2009 by Scotland’s last Open champion – Paul Lawrie.Kinghorn Golf Club