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Anstruther Golf Club

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UPDATE FOR PLAY

As of Saturday 30th May. the course at AGC has reopened following ScotGov clearance for outdoor activities to resume. In line with the ScotGov & Scottish Golf guidelines we are currently only open for play to members and their guests with a maximum of 2 balls play only

The teetimes must be booked in advance using the ClubV1 app which all members were sent details of recently. If any member is having issues getting logged in to this then please contact us on secretary@anstruthergolf.co.uk 

We have Club safety guidelines in place for playing which were also sent to all members recently and ask that these are followed to the letter

As soon as ScotGov give all clubs the go-ahead for non members to play other courses, then we will be delighted to welcome you all back at that point

In the meantime be please continue to follow ScotGov advice on staying safe for yourself, your family and your community

Team AGC 

Welcome to the Anstruther Golf Club

Welcome to Anstruther Golf Club, home of The Rockies hole voted the toughest par 3 in the UK by Todays Golfer in September 2007. Are you up for the challenge? Click here to see the article in full...

Our philosophy is that we treat all of our guests as members and a truly warm ‘Anster’ welcome awaits all visiting golfers. This was reflected in 2019 when we made the final 4 shortlisted clubs for "Best Scottish 9 hole club" at the Scottish Golf Awards 

Anstruther Golf Club was founded in 1890 and has seen many changes over the years. The initial layout comprised of 7 holes with trenches through the middle of the course and poles scattered over the greens to stop gliders landing during the war. In more peaceful times the course was extended to an excellent 9 holes which is kept in superb condition throughout the year.

The course is located 9 miles south of St Andrews and stretches along the shoreline between Anstruther and Pittenweem. The spectacular views over Anstruther Harbour and out to the Isle of May, Bass rock and south west to Edinburgh are a constant distraction. Golfers should beware of Anstruther Golf Clubs version of Amen corner which comprises a trio of challenging par 3’s starting with The Rockies (5th) 

John Anderson, former Executive Chef at the "...House" Restaurants in St Andrews, is your host at The Rockies Restaurant and in addition to serving snacks and bar meals throughout the day, he provides a la carte Lunches and Dinners in the Restaurant with seafood featuring strongly in most of his menus. Bookings are advisable for the restaurant - telephone 01333 313314.

Please visit  www.therockiesrestaurant.co.uk for a selection of menus etc.


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