Burntisland Golf House Club
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Burntisland Golf Club, Fife is an 18 hole, par 70 (5993 yard), private, links golf course established in 1797.
Dodhead, Kirkcaldy Road, Burntisland, Fife, KY3 9EW United KingdomTel: 01592 874093
Golf Pro: Paul Wytrazek | Tel: 01592 872116
Tee Time Information
- Midweek Guide: £22.00 per round Mon - Tues; £29.00 per round Wed - Thurs; £36.00 per round Fri. *
- Weekend Guide: £36.00 per round; £48.00 per day *
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* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to booking.
18 holes | Par 70 | 5993 yards | Private | Links
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Burntisland Golf House Club Reviews & Information
4.41 ... Overall Rating
4.38 ... The Course
4.52 ... Course Cond.
4.28 ... Facilities/Serv.
4.43 ... VFM
4.33 ... Pace of play
4.57 ... Hospitality.
3.80 ... Prac. Facil.
4.48 ... Food + Drink
59 ratings & 49 reviews on Golfshake. Ranked 429 out of 2170.
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What the club says: Burntisland Golf House Club possesses a character quite unlike that of any other course in Fife, perched as it is high above the sea and incorporating to great effect an industrial legacy of abandoned quarries.
At 5993 yards it is not long but even so is remarkable for the small area into which it has been squeezed. To make the most of the available land a few holes crisscross and a number of greens lie in the path of subsequent tees. A degree of alertness and care is therefore required if you are an unfamiliar visitor.
Golf Course Reviews for Burntisland Golf House Club
The golf courses reviews are the personal opinions of members of Golfshake who completed a review after playing the course. These opinions do not necessarily represent the views of Golfshake.com
Quirky Hidden GemFor anyone visiting Fife Coast, either on the way to, or coming back from St Andrews, this little course is well worth a visit. A challenging quirky little course, with some incredible views along the way. Very friendly little club house, inviting, with exceptional service and good fare for a golf clubhouse.
Even if your golf is bad, just enjoy the views.
DougalPlayed an open here recently nice course with some quirky holes and lovely views, experience spoiled completely by cored and sanded greens which were horrendous. Not good enough, at least let people know the state of the greens before playing.
Another gem in FifeAbsolute fantastic course, if your in the area this place must be put on your list to play. Layout is cracking and a good test for all abilities, the stand out is the 10th. Will visit again.
(Round played: Aug 2018 - Score: 102 Handicap: 24.5)
brilliant courseweather was a let down today, very windy then the rain started. this caused its own problems what do you expect in October. This course has a test for every level. This would be amazing on a dry day. made feel very welcome by staff and members.
Worth the travelThis is my third visit to this course well worth the travel from South Ayrshire
Greens were fantastic very consistent and fast.
Overall condition was very good hospitality and food were also great after the game.
Golf outingFantastic course worth visiting, very challenging if you don't know your way around but brill views of Edinburgh over the forth
(Round played: Sep 2018 - Score: 85 Handicap: 15.5)
Very niceVery nice course. Very friendly staff and members.
Played with a member and green fee was only £10, excellent value for money. Will be returning.
(Round played: Sep 2018 - Score: 91 Handicap: 14)
Super CourseRecomended by greenkeeper at my local course Gifford to play here,how right he was very quirky course which needs playing again to suss it out,pro shop very helpful in booking etc and very good catering in clubhouse,will be back,greens very good on a day when caught in some hefty showers,didnt spoil my enjoyment and playing partners
Very Challenging!Heard great things about Burntisland and it didn?t disappoint! Very quirky course that demands a lot of imagination but is certainly a shotmakers paradise! Course in amazing condition, so quick! Loved playing here, can?t wait to return sometime soon!
Fantastic course - great viewsWonderful course. Greens were good. Views outstanding. Played in great weather. Some holes were qwerky with great use of natural terrain.
(Round played: Jul 2018 - Score: 108 Handicap: 19.2)
couldn't have picked a better daynever played Burntisland before.
Its a physical workout and mental - Quite a few blind tee shots and a couple of blind second shots. was in good condition - prepared for a competition on the Sat. I hope to be back
(Round played: May 2018 - Score: 84 Handicap: 12.3)
Well worth the visitMy third trip to this course and have enjoyed every one mated all the better by using the free Bunkered voucher.
Course condition and layout great for all standards of golf. Club house and hospitality was of an equal high standard.
Amazing views, entertaining parkland courseEnjoyable, relatively striaghtforward course with great views across the Forth to Edinburgh and the bridges. Lush fairways and well-maintained greens provide a very pleasant test of target golf with mostly short par 4s protected by rolling fairways.
(Round played: Oct 2017 - Score: 87 Handicap: 16.4)
Amazing courseWeather was pretty nasty for a few gays before I played here, but was pleasantly surprised, the course was in great condition. You are made feel vey welcome, and none of the party could fault it. A challenge of any level.
Excellent, uniqueBuilt around a number of old shale quarries, Dodhead offers a real challenge to golfers of all abilities. A range of length on the par 3s and 4s adds interest, as do the sloping greens. Above all, the views are simply spectacular: Edinburgh, the 3 bridges over the River Forth and a backdrop of 'The Binn', a volcanic plug to the north of the town, are all superb.
Course is very well presented and maintained. Staff in the very well stocked Pro shop very helpful, food and drink excellent. A great day out.
A great dayWe arrived early and had some breakfast rolls (sausage, egg, bacon) which were just what we needed to start the day. All fairly priced. One of my friend's had his putter re-gripped in the pro-shop whilst we had our breakfast. Great job.
We played as a 4 ball and got held up a few times by a couple of 2 balls in front, but it didn't bother us.
First time playing Burntisland and I played it to my handicap (22), could have been much lower if not for some typical 8's on my card.
A great day, sun was shining wind was gusty, the course played great. Nice greens.
I look forward to coming back to Burntisland in the future, loved it.
(Round played: Jul 2017 - Score: 96 Handicap: 21.7)
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