Scotscraig is the 13th oldest golf club in the world and has been an Open Championship final qualifying course on six occasions. Its links and heathland layout was designed under the guidance of Old Tom Morris and James Braid.
It combines 18 unique holes in a traditional loop and has a remarkable history – Scotscraig’s Gold Medal, which started in 1818, is one of the oldest gold medals still played for today. The 120-year-old clubhouse is also a fine resting place after an enthralling round.
With its immaculately-presented greens and rolling fairways, Scotscraig is an impressive layout that is worthy of more attention. For those looking for a golf holiday in Scotland, Scotscraig should certainly be on your wish list.
A useful purchase at Scotscraig is the course guide which will help you pick your way round this fabulous Fife course. Tight off the tee and with some new strategically placed bunkers, successfully navigating your way around Scotscraig is all about staying out of trouble. Pick your battles wisely!