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