Golf Course Reviews - Fife, Perth & Angus

Golf Course Reviews Fife, Perth & Angus

Golf Course Reviews in Fife, Perth & Angus.

Below you will find our golf course reviews from venues in the Heartland of Scotland including Fife, Perth & Kinross, Dundee and Angus.

Must Plays

St. Andrews (Old Course)

St. Andrews Links (Old) Golf Club

"There’s very little that hasn’t been written about the golfing mecca that is St. Andrews. Golfers (and indeed non-golfers) flock to this corner of Fife from all over the World to savour the delights of the ‘Grey Auld Toun’ and for most it is mainly to play, or at least see and walk, The Old Course; the spiritual home of golf and where it all began for our beloved game."

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Kingsbarns

Kingsbarns Golf Links

"The Kingdom of Fife has long been associated with world-class links golf. The region is the spiritual home of the game and Kingsbarns fits seamlessly into the modern day environment. Located just seven miles down the coast from St. Andrews it is in a prime location and the layered landscape that the holes are played over simply add to the visual feast on offer at this sensational layout."

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Carnoustie (Championship)

Carnoustie Golf Club

"I recently took advantage of the 3-round ticket that the Carnoustie Golf Links offers. For the sum of £200 this entitled me to one round on each of the three courses. The focal point of the trip was of course the main championship course, a notoriously testing links that has hosted The Open Championship on seven occasions."

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Panmure

Panmure Golf Club

"Panmure is a classy and historic golf club with a wonderful natural links course located near Carnoustie, Angus, in the East of Scotland. It is the sixteenth oldest golf club in the world dating back to 1845 and is one of the 26 clubs that originally helped purchase the Amateur Championship trophy first played for in 1885."

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Highly Recommended

Elie (Golf House Club)

Elie (Golf House) Golf Club

"There is something about Elie that puts you under a spell. It is a truly magical links that, after just one round, has won a place in my heart and mind forever. If ever the phrase ‘less is more’ applied to a course it would be here at The Golf House Club, Elie in Fife. The harmony between golf and nature is at its beautiful best here and a joy to experience."

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St. Andrews (Castle, Jubilee & New)

St. Andrews Links (Old) Golf Club

"There’s very little that hasn’t been written about the golfing mecca that is St. Andrews. Golfers (and indeed non-golfers) flock to this corner of Fife from all over the World to savour the delights of the ‘Grey Auld Toun’ and for most it is mainly to play, or at least see and walk, The Old Course; the spiritual home of golf and where it all began for our beloved game."

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Montrose (Medal)

Montrose Golf Links Golf Club

"Montrose, recognised as the fifth oldest course in the world, epitomises everything that is great and superior about links golf. It’s a golf course that has every ingredient required to create a classic true links experience."

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Carnoustie (Burnside)

Carnoustie Golf Club

"I recently took advantage of the 3-round ticket that the Carnoustie Golf Links offers. For the sum of £200 this entitled me to one round on each of the three courses. If it wasn’t for a particularly lacklustre run of holes between two and five on the Burnside I would place this course in a similar bracket to many other distinguished and notable links venues in Scotland."

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Gleneagles (Queen's)

Gleneagles Golf Club

"It’s possible, and most likely probable, that the Queen’s at Gleneagles is the best golf course under 6,000 yards. Not just in Scotland but anywhere. Yet don’t be fooled into thinking this is a short layout which can be overpowered or that it’s a fiddly little thing lacking any real substance."

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The Duke's St. Andrews

The Duke's St. Andrews Golf Club

"The Duke’s course, owned and managed by the iconic Old Course Hotel, sits high in the countryside above the famous golfing town of St. Andrews and enjoys spectacular views across Fife’s beautiful coastline. You may wonder how and why the Duke’s course came into existence. Let’s face it there’s been plenty of good golf to be had in and around St. Andrews for centuries."

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Recommended

Leven Links

Lundin

Monifieth (Medal)

Arbroath

St. Andrews (Eden)

Ladybank

Best of the Rest

Carnoustie (Buddon)

Monifieth (Ashludie)

St. Andrews (Strathtyrum)

Montrose (Broomfield)

St. Andrews (Balgove)


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