Formed in 1786, Crail Golfing Society is the seventh oldest golf club in the world and boasts two fantastic links courses with both offering challenging and enjoyable golf.
The Balcomie Links course combines stunning coastal views with hundreds of years worth of history and a hugely enjoyable golf experience. A traditional, classic links course, it was designed by Old Tom Morris and first opened in 1895.
The layout follows the natural contours of the land and is a set-up that is a delight to play while remaining a test of golfing ability.
When it comes to the Craighead Links course, you’re afforded spectacular views all the way round with the sea visible from every hole. A challenging cliff-top course, it was designed by renowned golf course architect Gil Hanse and was his first course design outside of the USA.
Like the Balcomie Links, it was built in the style of a traditional links course, meaning there are no trees protecting golf shots from the wind.
Golf & Two-Course meal - £40
Running until February 28, 2015; it allows you to play golf on either the Balcomie or Craighead Links and is followed by soup and a main course from the clubhouse menu.
For the whole of January you will get a free hand warmer and a miniature of whisky each time you play either course.