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Take A Break at The Home of Golf 

St Andrews and the Kingdom of Fife are almost certainly on every golfer’s bucket list worldwide. The Old Course in St Andrews is supposed to be where the game was first played over 600 years ago, then there’s Kingsbarns Link Golf course (one of the top 100 courses in the world) and over 40 more stunning courses throughout the Kingdom.

In the East Neuk of Fife, where our Premier Stays properties reside, there are more than 10 stunning courses to explore, all within 10 miles of each other. There’s Elie, Anstruther, Crail, Kingsbarns, The Castle Course and several courses in St Andrews alone.

Book Your Golf Holiday in Fife, Scotland

Here at Premier Stays, we’ve partnered with Scottish Golf Breaks to provide one-in-a-lifetime golf holidays and adventures in the region. You can play at iconic venues and then return home to your opulent holiday property with incredibly picturesque surroundings to help you relax and recharge for the next tee time.

To explore the opportunities available in the wider Fife area, take advantage of exclusive offers and book your golfing getaway in the Kingdom of Fife.

Explore Golf Holidays In Fife, Scotland

  • Why take a golfing holiday in Fife?

    The Old Course at St Andrews in Fife is called the Home of Golf for a reason – it’s said to be where the game was first played more than 600 years ago. The British Open is hosted there every five years, and there’s a concentration of courses, course types and things to do for the rest of the family across the region.

  • How many golf courses are there in Fife?

    The Fife Golfing Association states there are more than 44 golf courses in Fife. Considering the area is not that large, has a population of less than 375,000, and you can drive from Dunfermline on the south edge to St Andrews on the north edge in just over an hour, that’s quite a lot. 

  • Is the Old Course the most famous golf course in the world?

    The Old Course is most certainly Scotland’s most famous course, and, as it’s considered the Home of Golf, it could be the most famous course in the world. As it stands, it’s mentioned in most Top 10 and Top 100 worldwide course lists, so it very well might be.

    Other famous sites include:

    • Augusta National, Georgia, USA
    • Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, New York, USA
    • Emirates Golf Club, Dubai, UAE
    • The Stadium Course at Sawgrass, Florida, USA
    • Carnoustie, Scotland, UK
    • Royal County Down, Northern Ireland, UK
  • When is the best time to play golf in Scotland?

    We all know the UK has unpredictable and often wet weather, but the spring and summer months can be very welcoming. For the best conditions, aim to visit between May and September.