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If you’re planning a golf weekend in Scotland, then Banner’s House Hotel is your ideal 19th hole to relax and unwind after a day on the course.

We have more than 40 places to play within a 20 mile radius, making us the perfect base to explore the home of the Royal and ancient game.

“Gowff” has come along way since it was invented 700 years ago by Fife farmers, who got their kicks knocking stones down rabbit holes.

Play on stunning heathland, woodland, links or push yourself to the limit on the Championship courses of St Andrews or Ladybank. Banner’s House Hotel is within a short drive of them all.

No other hotel will get you close to so many courses. Here are some of our favourites:


Leven Links Golf Course

A challenge for golfers of all abilities. Boasts one of the finest finishing holes in the game.

Lundin Golf Club

Established in 1868. Fine fairways, great greens and changing winds are testing and rewarding.

The Castle Course, St Andrews Links

The seventh and newest course at the Home of Golf. A memorable, rugged cliff-top course.


Ladybank Golf Club

A pine-lined championship course. Needs pin-point accuracy to play its tough greens.

Duke’s St Andrews

A must-play for golf lovers. Towering over St Andrews, with views of sea and countryside.

Elmwood Golf

Friendly and relaxed. Great views of the Lomond Hills. Where greenskeepers learn their trade.


Balbirnie Park Golf Club

Set in 140 acres of stunning Fife woodland levitra hinta. Makes full use of its natural surroundings.

Glenrothes Golf Club

Mature parkland that has been challenging golfers since 1958. Wide fairways favour big hitters.

Dunnikier Park Golf Club

Gently undulating and picturesque. A test for low handicap golfers, without punishing part-timers.