Crail Balcomie Links

The level of fun on a windy day at Crail is like nothing else ever experienced in golf.

Sports Illustrated

Overview

Dating back to 1786, The Crail Golfing Society is the 7th oldest in the world, but the Balcomie links came to life a century later at the hands of Old Tom Morris. It’s a course designed to put a smile on your face, with short walks from green to tee and nothing too fearsome beyond the occasional pot bunker. The views of the sea and Fife are worth the trip alone.

Key Info

Location

Crail, Anstruther, Fife

Architect

Old Tom Morris

Established

1895

Par

69

Course Length

6,250 (Yellow tees)
6,506 yards (White)
5,775 yards (Red)

Signature Holes

Hole 4 - Fluke Dub - par 4
Hole 5 - Hell’s Hole - par 4
Hole 18 - The Quarry - par 3

Notable Events Hosted

The club has been hosting inter-club matches since 1839, but has yet to host a tournament on the Championship tour.

Included in these tours

Fife and St Andrew’s
Self Drive

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Fife and St Andrew’s
4-Star - Coach & Driver

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Fife and St Andrew’s
5-Star - Coach & Driver

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