Yards 5,513 Par 70
Burntisland is a clifftop paradise boasting stunning views across the Firth of Forth – with Edinburgh Castle even visible from the eighth hole on a good day. Some historians say golf was first played at Burntisland way back in 1688 while Old Tom Morris, Willie Park Jr and James Braid all assisted in its design at different times. The course is unlike any other in Fife, with old quarries forming hazards at the 11th, 12th and 16th holes. Good course management is a must to shoot a good score.View terms and conditions
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