Kingsbarns reopened as a Golf Course for the third time in 2000. Recognised by golfers as one of the most scenic and challenging links golf courses in Scotland. Expect to experience a lot of elevation changes and be enthralled by the spectacular scenery. Kingsbarns is a new jewel that shines bright in the Scottish golf scene. After your round be sure to spend some time at the beautiful clubhouse.
From the moment you arrive at Kingsbarns Golf Course, you will sense that you’re in for something special during and after your round. If you like whisky then you will have already driven past and planned a post-round visit to Kingsbarns Distillery. Kingsbarns staff are friendly, the practice facilities are top class and the Pro shop is well stocked. There’s just enough time to buy a few authentic Scottish golf collectibles to take back to the friends you left behind!
The course routing is ingenious, crescent-shaped as it follows the Fife coast. There are holes with separate levels providing sea views from every fairway.
Golf has been played in and around Kingsbarns since 1793. The original Kingsbarns Golfing Society was established in 1815 and its members played on the original 9-hole Kingsbarns course until it closed in 1850
The course was re-established in 1922 and the golfing society was reformed as Kingsbarns Golf Club which remains in existence today. Course Designer Willie Auchterlonie laid out the course in 1922 which closed again at the onset of the Second World War. Land mines were buried on the course site as part of the national security defence effort and the ground reverted to rough pasture.
Construction of the current Kingsbarns Golf Links began in November 1997 under the direction of architect Kyle Phillips and the course opened in July 2000. The course has no membership and welcomes visitors.
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