Cupar Golf Club is believed to be the oldest continous 9-hole golf club in the world.
Located on the outskirts of the Cupar village, Cupar Golf Course is also considered to be one of the oldest clubs in the country, instituted in 1855. The club moved to its present site in 1892 and a clubhouse was added in 1907 and still remains today, just 15 minutes from St. Andrews.
The course is a hilly parkland course perched atop the Hill of Tarvit and every point on the course offers a great view of the valley. The first hole is a par 3, along with the ninth, which is played by many as a par 4.
The length is in between for many golfers at 236 yards, making it either a challenging, long par 3 or very easy par 4. Most members play it as a par 4. The course plays slightly more than 2,300 yards and has no par 5s.
Visitors to Cupar can play the course all day for 15 pounds. They also have a weekly pass available for 50 pounds. Junior day tickets can be bought for five pounds and, if you only wish to pay for one round, it's 10 pounds for adults.
The club is located on Cermes road near the village cemetery on the edge of Cupar. It's about a 15-minute drive from historic St. Andrews. The members at Cupar claim the course to be the oldest "continuous" nine-hole golf club in the world.
|Golf Season||Year round|
|Putting Green Available||Yes|
|Rental Clubs Available||Yes|
|Tee Times Welcomed||Some tee times on Saturdays are avaliable on request|
|Price Range Weekdays||£20.00|
|Price Range Weekends||£20.00|
|Other facilities||clubhouse, practice facilities, restaurant, bar|
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