Cupar Golf Club
Founded in 1855, it is said that Cupar Golf Club is the oldest nine-hole club in the world. It did not settle into its current location atop the Hill of Tarvit until 1892 though. The course sprawls across rolling, hilly parkland with small greens that are cut into the hillside. There are alternative tees so that the course can be played as an 18-hole golf course. The layout requires a variety of shot-making skills, forming a course that appeals to all abilities. While it does not offer the level of challenge of the nearby St. Andrews, it is much less intimidating for beginners but no less enjoyable. Cupar Golf Club's final hole offers an excellent birdie opportunity. This short par 4 is within driving range to the green that sits in front of the clubhouse.
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Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Cupar 9 hole
Played on a Wednesday clubhouse closed
No parking facilities outside clubhouse
However lovely wee quaint course laid out on hillside and would recommend anyone to play here
Nice course with lovely views over Cupar. Condition of greens and fairways was excellent.