Membership offer: Thornton Golf Club


Founded in 1921 by a group of local railwaymen, Thornton Golf Club is a beautiful flat par 70 parkland layout, measuring a little over 6,200 yards.

The course provides a challenge for the serious golfer and equally a pleasant golfing experience for all.

The course has a testing finishing five holes that hold your attention to the very end. Here, the River Ore comes into play with the par three, 14th ‘Burn’ hole a particular feature.

Situated in the heart of Fife , the course is an easy 30 minutes drive from both the Forth and the Tay Road Bridges on the main A92 road between Kirkcaldy in the South and Glenrothes in the North.


The club has a friendly membership with thriving senior, ladies and junior sections and all levels of competitive and social golfers.

Not only that, the club’s popular PGA professional Scott Gillespie and his team are on hand to provide expert coaching, club services and fittings.

With excellent practice facilities, a fully stocked pro shop and a modern multi-functional clubhouse, Thornton Golf Club has a great deal to offer new members.

Current offers

Gents Full: £528
Ladies Full: £528
Senior Gents: £435
Senior Ladies: £435
Gents Five-Day: £384
Ladies Five-Day: £384

Reduced rates available for under 30s. Monthly payment options available.


Phone: 01592 771111
Facebook: Search for 'Thornton Golf Club'

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