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**To say that I enjoyed my day at Kingsbarns would be a bit of an understatement, perhaps one of my favourite days ever on a golf course including both Ireland and Canada. As the name suggest, you are treated like a King (or Queen) on arrival, great warm-up facilities, historical & charming clubhouse plus relaxed, friendly staff making it easy for you to get comfortable. The links is Awesome! A very fair start allows you to ease your way into the round. A reachable Par 5 3rd can also help you find an early birdie, some confidence and a bit of noise! Such a great course and it's only going to get better in time. Huge, undulating greens, wide fairways with well positioned bunkers (great on the eye and not there to punish good shots) and immaculate presentation will have you pinching yourself again & again to ensure your not dreaming! A must play for any Scottish trip!**


The moment you arrive at Kingsbarns, you know you’re somewhere special and what has been called the warmest welcome in golf. Kingsbarns is part of the heritage of links golf in St Andrews. Located 7 miles south east of the ‘Home of Golf’, the game has been played on the site since 1793. The only Scottish course to be built on links land in over 70 years and with its seaside setting, nearly every hole boasts spectacular views of the North Sea. Each Autumn Kingsbarns joins the Old Course of St Andrews and Carnoustie Golf Links as a co-host of the European Tour’s prestigious Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.



Broke 80 **