Kinghorn Golf Club
Fife, KY3 9RS
Mobile: 07872 056922
The course, especially from the medal tees, presents a continual challenge, and it is a fine test of traditional links golf,(which, in the view of many members, is how golf should be played!). The Club is private, but the course remains in control of :-
New Members Warmly Welcomed
The 14th takes us up to the top of the course!
View from the back of the 16th green, the tee is out of site.on right of the lonely tree.
The 3rd Loup Ower, a short tough hole with a wall giving a sweaty palm.
Ladies standing on the 10th Tee, with a wonderful backdrop
Standing on the 9th Ladies Tee, with hill in front, you’re at the same height, just ignore -
See Drone Course Video Below!!
Book Tee/Starter Phone:-
Kinghorn Golf Club Junior Summer Camp
Class of 2015
1st Nov 2015 -
1st Fiona Mustard & Alan Meiklejohn 62.5
2nd Catriona Menzies & Robert Mustard 66.0
3rd Jean Westwater & Dick Westwater 68.0
Gourmet Dinner Night
We had a splendid end of season dinner attended by 55 members, family and friends. The evening was a tremendous success. The surprise speaker and highlight of the evening was the talk given by John Day (Living Legend -
Winners of the Fundraising Prize Draw being :-
Carrick Four Ball, meal and tuition – Laura Hillmausen
Dunkeld and Birnam Four Ball + Dinner Bed & Breakfast at the Royal Dunkeld – Colin Palmer Snr
Callander Four Ball – Peter Jackson
Meal voucher at the Ship Restaurant – Fiona Mustard
Carousel voucher – Colin Palmer
Leven Golf simulator voucher – Gill Merritt
Burntisland Pro Shop Voucher – Ann Thomson
Kingswood prosecco afternoon Tea -
Pamper Hamper – Chris McKenzie
Food Hamper – John Mitchell
Many thanks to all who supported these events and especially to the prize contributors .