Aberdour Golf Club, in Fife, is located 30 miles south of St. Aberdour was founded in 1896 but didn't start developing a golf course at its current location until 1905.
Auchterderran Golf Club is situated amidst the rolling countryside of the former mining village of Cardenden.The course has a unique, idyllic charm that holds its own even against Fife's many exceptional golf courses.Balbirnie Park Golf Club is a beautifully manicured parkland golf course 20 minutes south of the Old Course, St Andrews.The course is laid out in two nine holes, each being a good test of golf for all levels of golfer.The Scots associate golf with Crail almost as closely as they do St. Founded in 1786, The Crail Golfing Society is the seventh oldest in the world.
Crail Golfing Society oversees operation of two amazing links layouts.
Burntisland Golf House Club in Fife, Scotland, is an 18-hole golf course designed by architect Willie Park Jun.
It's best described as having a parkland nature, although some holes have a links-type turf to hit off.
The course is just under 6,000 yards and has a diversity of terrain.
Canmore Golf Club in Dunfermline was built in 1897 and has been at its present site since 1902.
In 1914, the nine-hole course became 18, although play on the back nine was limited as most of it was given up during World War I.