Membership offer: Burntisland Golf House Club

Burntisland

Burntisland is home to the tenth oldest club in the world. Golf has been played at the Fife club since 1797, although some historians have suggested that it actually dates back to 1688.

First surveyed by Old Tom Morris, the Dodhead parkland layout of 1896 was designed by two-time Open champion Willie Park Jnr and updated by James Braid in 1922 and overlooks the Firth of Forth with Edinburgh Castle and the Forth bridges visible from the eighth hole.

The course is unlike any other in Fife, perched high above the sea and incorporating to great effect an industrial legacy of abandoned quarries. It is just shy of 6,000 yards.

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The quarries form unusual and precipitous hazards at the 11th, 12th and 16th holes.

Equally, steep drops lie on the south edge of the course at the ninth, tenth and 18th holes.

There are many membership categories on offer at Burntisland, including a unique Lifestyle membership, which includes 12 rounds throughout the year for just £199 – working out at £16.50 per round. This can be easily upgraded to Full or Five Day at any point.

Current offers

Full: £529
Five-Day: £445
Country: £301
Under 30: £413
Under 25: £313
Under 21: £213
Under 18: £125
Under 16: £65
Under 14: £35
Under 12: £15
Social: £20
International: £220
Lifestyle: £199

Contact

Phone: 01592 874093
burntislandgolfhouseclub.co.uk
Facebook: Search for 'Burntisland Golf House Club'
@BurntislandGolf

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