8 reviews of Anstruther Golf Club
Much has been written about the fifth hole, "Rockies", and it is certainly worth the attention. Apart from that, this course can be seen with diverse eyes. We played two rounds in August in calm conditions, and I second the different thoughts of an accompaning couple. She said "This is a nice walk with marvellous views", he said "I might become addicted to the task of mastering the four difficult holes (1,5,6,7)". I'm also sure that this small beauty will transform into a ferocious beast in stronger wind. Anyway, this is great fun at a small place, the inviting little clubhouse and restaurant completing a good day of golf.
This course stands out as perhaps the most memorable on my trip to Scotland, and I played Old, Cruden, etc. This course has terrific views, and some really neat holes, near rocks, up and down cliffs, and the 9th coming down to the town. Its only 9 holes,and kind of short, but well worth the visit to experience some truly unique holes.
I was lucky enough to play this course as part of a 3 ball in September having played 18 holes at Crail in the morning. It was a really enjoyable 90 mins. All three of us took 5 at The Rockies (par 3) and once we got back to the bar the members advised us that was a pretty respectable effort considering the wind and rain. I would highly recommend this course to any parties in the area maybe looking for a full days golf but cant fit in 36 holes.
Played this gem of a course last week,and I thoroughly enjoyed it.Greens are in the process of being upgraded,but all round,this course is great fun.The staff were helpful,and the views from the clubhouse on to the sea were great.
Just played there in their 18 Hole Open. Nice easy first 4 holes then three incredible par 3s. The Rockies (5th) is 235 yds of the back tees, which you have to hit with a cut 3 or 4 iron over the edge of a cliff. Great hole. Thoroughly enjoyed it and good friendly members in clubhouse as well.
Played in late Oct.'98. Cold rain and strong wind made the round most exhilerating. Long par-3 along rocky shore is challenging and picturesque. A fun course well worth playing. Will definitely play there again during 2000 Open.
Provides an incredible par 3 of approximately 220 yards which requires a cut shot started over the ocean. Played there in 1984 and was invited by an extremely friendly membership to have drinks in their new clubhouse built by the members. A perfect round if you are going to St. Andrews but don't have enough time left in the day.
I Had A Pleasant Quick Nine In The Evening With Scenic Views And A Strong Breeze, Giving Me The Chance For A Test Of My Shot Making Abilities. If Anstruther Is On My Way To St.andrews Again One Day, I Might Drop In Again. Thanks For Your Hospitality Wolfgang E-mail: Wolfgang.firstname.lastname@example.org
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