Membership Offer - Thornton Golf Club

Membership 2019 Thornton

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 has a tough closing stretch with the final five holes testing your golfing ability to the extreme. That’s because the River Ore comes into play with the par-3 14th hole, called ‘Burn’, a particular highlight.

Situated in the heart of Fife, the course is an easy 30-minute 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.

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The club is renowned for its friendliness and boasts thriving senior, ladies’ and junior sections, which helps to provide an excellent mix of competitive and social golf along with a brilliant atmosphere.

Not only that, the club’s new professional Keith Renton and his team are on hand to provide expert coaching, club services and fittings.

Current offers

Full: £490
Senior: £435
Five-Day: £435

Reduced rates available for under 30s. Monthly payment options available.
All membership categories allow medal play, voting rights and a handicap.

Contact

Phone: 01592 771111
Email: enquiries@thorntongolfclub.co.uk
thorntongolfclub.co.uk
Facebook: Search for ‘Thornton Golf Club’
Twitter: @ThorntonGolf

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