Golf course overview
- Buggy Hire
- Championship Course
- Driving Range - Grass
- Putting Green
Open Qualifying Venue on multiple occasions and one of Fife's top courses. Ideally located between St Andrews and Carnoustie, Scotscraig is a challenging heathland course.
Scotscraig Golf Club is the 13th oldest in the world and was founded in 1817 by some members of the St. Andrews Society of Golfers (later to become the Royal and Ancient Golf Club) who wished to play more golf than the Society's occasional meetings allowed them.
The championship layout was created by Tom Morris and James Braid and is an interesting mix of heathland and links. The club have one of the oldest medals played in golf which dates back to 1818.
In 1923, the course was redesigned with the assistance of James Braid and the it still retains many of Braid's traditional architectural features, namely large rolling greens and well positioned bunkers. Scotscraig today is largely unchanged, and presents a fair but serious challenge to all golfers.
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