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Burntisland Golf House Club, Burntisland
(4.4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • It was a nicely kept course with some challenging holes, we couldn't fault the catering or staff we were group of 16 and the event went very smoothly - would recommend for an outing 
  • We booked a tee time through teeofftimes for late afternoon. When we arrived, the pro very kindly allowed us to tee off early. We were not sure what to expect, but were very pleasantly surprised. Ther...  more »
  • Work colleagues/friends have formed a golf society and decided on a visit to Burntisland. No food or drink, so comments are on the course only. Good parking availability, no long walks. Good pro shop,...  more »
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  • I took a train out of Edinburg and arrived in Burntisland and could not find a cab to the course. I walked to the Course which is not recommended unless your in at least good shape. I had no problem getting on the course in the late afternoon. The price was very reasonable. I usually don't like to play alone so finding a partner or group was not an option. The Course was very fun and in decent shape. The undulation was more than i'm used to so pushing the rented trolly around some of the hills was a task. The Views were stunning looking across the Firth to Edinburg which were visible on numerous holes. There was a variety of different hole which made this course interesting. After the round I wanted a Pint and a Taxi back to the Train. There was a Lock on the door and was obviously for the membership only. I asked a gentleman on the practice green if he could let me in or ask someone inside to call me a Taxi, It was not to be though. Luckily I looked through the window and saw a sign for a taxi company that I had to turn on my Phone and risk major charges to make that call. Other than that it was a nice experience.
  • Holes that cross each other and a SSS 71 for 5,000 yards (ladies tees) is just mickey-mouse. This is probably a good starter course for kids but travel further into Fife for proper challenging courses such as Elie (the original Golf House Club), Ladybank and Scotscraig not to mention the New and Jubilee courses in St Andrews. Unless you're a hacker I wouldn't bother with Burntisland. Becky Holder (+1 handicap).
  • Played golf here in the summer of 2014, it was great. The course was great and the views were pretty special.