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Burntisland Golf House Club

Burntisland Golf House Club,Fife, Scotland
Address Burntisland Golf House Club, Dodhead, Burntisland,
Fife KY3 9LQ
Telephone Clubhouse: 01592 874093
Professional/Tee times: 01592 872116
Holes 18-hole parkland course but some holes have links-type turf.
Yardage 5993-5513-5048
SSS Gents 70 / Ladies 71
Visitors Warm welcome, handicap preferred. All enquiries to the Pro Shop.
Club Dress Code is Smart/Casual. Metal and soft spikes may be worn.
Societies Society/Party bookings/Group and Corporate Bookings welcome.
Discounts may be available.
Green Fees
Weekdays D - E per round / Weekends E - F per day
Course Designer First surveyed by Old Tom Morris, the Dodhead parkland layout of 1896 was designed by Willie Park Jnr, twice Open champion, and updated by James Braid in 1922.
Location Situated on the outskirts of the town on what is known as the "Kinghorn Loch" road - the B923 off A921,10 miles East of Junction1/M90
• Clubhouse with bar/ lounge/ dining area, as well as a spike bar.
• The lounge is available to members on application for parties.
• Pro shop Open from dawn till dusk in the summer months
• Practice Ground/Net, 1 bay
NB - No caddies.
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About the Course 'Out of bounds lies to the left of the first 4 holes and the 18th, and also to the right of the 9th and 10th. A pond lies to the right of the par 3 5th green, the 12th requires you to drive over a disused quarry, and there are clumps of gorse, trees and rough in which you can easily lose a ball if you don’t get a good line on it.'

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i am a member of Burntisland golf club. i am 17 years old , and the boys captain, and i think that the course is a great little test no matter what the wheather. And i feel i am not alone in this view as all the visitors seem to agree when i hear them reviewing their round in the bar over a drink or two.
The reason i say it is a good test no matter the weather is probably the changes in elevation as of the hills which makes it one of the hardest courses to walk in the area . The course rarely plays the same as the wind affects the shots and the tricky greens that i am still to master so there's thinking to be done.
It is not a long course as it was designed in 1887 and with technology drivers and short irons are only needed on a good driving day. There is a distintive difference in the handicaps of the men as on the alphabetical sheet u take a while to find the same handicap twice.
So in conclusion it is a nice test and it has good facilities, so come and play it u may be surprised as it is only at 5995 yards
Brian Neal Hoggins
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