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Kinghorn Municipal Golf Club - Fife, United Kingdom

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Kinghorn Municipal Golf Club, Kinghorn, Fife, KY3 9RE, United Kingdom

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01592 890345
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http://www.kinghorngolfclub.co.uk/
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secretary@kinghorngolfclub.co.uk
Length: 5166yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 65

About the Golf Club

Welcome to Kinghorn Golf Club. Situated in Fife, on the East coast of Scotland, Kinghorn is an 18 hole links course with fine views over the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh.

Kinghorn Golf Course commands spectacular views over the Firth of Forth. From the course you can see the Forth Bridge, Edinburgh and it's landmarks and Bass Rock .

There can be few holes in the world with a better view than the 17th green with stunning views over the Firth of Forth to Bass Rock.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

An interesting course designed by Old Tom Morris. Undulating and linksy. The most difficult aspect was trying to decide how far away the greens were from you as they had absolutely no definition behind them for the most part. But the bit I remember most of all was that Old Tom MOrris must have been on crack when he designed the 18th! It is a par 3 and how anyone can score a 3 is beyond me. You tee off from the bottom of a deep sort of ravine, facing you (on a sloping tee or it would be impossible) is a 60 foot scarp with the fairway beyond. To th eright of the fairway - the town. To the left - trouble. I have discussed it with my friends and we are of the same opinion. YU can get a 3 if you can drwa the ball around the scarp, over the town and into the green. Do you have the skill (or guts) to try? You WILL remember this hole, I promise. Had a wonderful meal in the clubhouse over the road (by prior arrangement) and all in all a great game of golf.

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