Drumoig is set in 250 acres of spectacular Fife countryside that weaves its way through a natural bird and wildlife haven. The course has gained a reputation for a challenging and interesting round of golf which encourages full shoulder turns and solid iron play.
The signature 5th is a par five that requires two long woods and a good iron to reach the sheltered green. The 9th offers the prospect of two large lochs encroaching into a thin waist of land.
Situated near to the outskirts of St Andrews, Drumoig holds its own when it comes to engaging golf and deserves to be part any golfing tour of Scotland.
Drumoig is a good driving golf course with most holes providing plenty of room off the tee. Water comes into play on three holes, with two greens nestling in the old whinstone quarries. From the back tees, the course provides a good challenge for more advanced golfers.