Scotland, home to the famous St Andrews, together with the Golf Travel Centre, offers you some of the finest Fife golf breaks. With a myriad of exciting courses on perfect sandy soil to choose from, Fife is hard to beat. Enjoy the challenges of Old St Andrews, the 5th best course in the world, or, if ocean vistas are more to your liking then the Kingsbarns Golf Course, overlooking the North Sea, is the perfect choice. Luxury accommodation abounds - perfect for weekend breaks or longer stays. Take time out from the golf to stroll around the quaint town of St Andrews and enjoy superb scenery, restaurants and pubs in a region that is spoilt for unique courses. Contact the Golf Travel Centre now to reserve your Fife golf breaks.
Fife is the historic Scotlish county, commonly known as ‘The Kingdom of Fife’, or simply ‘The Kingdom’; a county full of rustic towns and villages. Full of old charm and a plethora of things to do and see, Fife makes the perfect, relaxing golf retreat.
Fife is not only world-famous for some of Scotland’s most scenic attractions, but also for its golf scene; it is actually known as ‘The Home of Golf’ due to its long golfing history, dating back as far as 1457! Marvel at both the historic and parkland courses, the new and old and over 50 to choose from.
Check out Fairmont St Andrews for the epitome of elegance and grace of the golf world. Set among the beautiful countryside, engulfed by the stunning cliff tops of St Andrews and the North Sea, you’ll be in for a peaceful stay. Best of all, guests have access to two award-winning golf courses: the Kittocks Course and the Torrance Course.
At Golf Travel Centre, we offer a wide range of golf breaks in Fife so check out our selection and book a traditional Scottish golf getaway today. Don’t forget your bunnet!
It’s no secret that Scotland can be quite cold, especially in the winter. We suggest visiting The Home of Golf during the spring and summer months to make the most of suitable golf weather. However, always come prepared with warm clothes and waterproofs.
One of the best ways to get to Fife from the UK is by plane. Fly from any major UK airport to Edinburgh and make your way from there. It’s the quickest way. It depends where you’re coming from but if you don’t mind a long drive, taking the car to Fife can be a great way to get there. You can bring your own equipment and explore more of the area once you’re there. Another option is to take the train or bus which is also simple from anywhere in the UK.
The Macdonald Cardrona Hotel Championship Golf Course is situated among the breathtaking Border Hills and River Tweed. The course was designed in 2001 by former Ryder Cup golfer Dave Thomas and expands over 7000 yards and offers a testing game for golfers of all abilities.