Membership Offer - Burntisland Golf House Club


Burntisland is home to the tenth oldest club in the world. Golf has been played in the Fife town since the 1790s, although some historians have suggested it dates back to 1688.

First surveyed by Old Tom Morris, the Dodhead layout of 1896 was designed by two-time Open champion Willie Park Jnr and updated by James Braid in 1922.

The course is unlike any other in Fife, perched high above the sea, overlooking the Firth of Forth with views that take in the Bass Rock to the east and the Forth bridges to the west.

Playing on the course requires a range of shot-making as well as a steady hand on the greens.

The club is renowned for its friendly atmosphere, and promises all visiting parties a warm welcome. With its bar and excellent catering facilities, the golf club is able to provide a wide variety of options for members. Membership deals are on offer for new members in 2020. Call the club for more details.

Current offers for new members

Full: £482
Five-Day: £411
Country: £265
Under 30: £382
Under 25: £298
Under 21: £214
Under 18: £104
Under 16: FREE
Family (2 Adults, 2 Under 21): £876
Lifestyle: 10 games for £175

Affiliation fees and hospitality pack included where applicable. Contact club for more details.

Contact details

T: 01592 874093 / 872116
F: Search for ‘Burntisland Golf House Club’ 
T: @BurntislandGolf

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