Welcome to Saline Golf Club’s New Website
Saline Golf Club is situated on the east side of the village of Saline in Fife; only about 45 minutes drive from the home of golf at St.Andrews, a 20 minute drive from the Forth Road Bridge (leave the M90 at Junction 4 Kelty & follow the B914) or a 20 minute drive from the Kincardine Bridge.
Saline is laid out over a south-facing hillside with stunningly beautiful views over to the Forth Bridges, the rolling hills of the Lothian's, Stirling and the Ochil Hills. It is a 9-hole course where we have installed multiple tees and greens so that it plays like an 18-hole course. It is always kept in excellent condition by our greens staff and it's a great choice for a fun and challenging days golf.
Our signature hole is the 8th/17th hole. It's only a 160 yard par 3 from an elevated tee; looks easy but give it a try! See The Course page for our score card and more details.
We are a friendly club where any size of visiting parties are always made very welcome. We have catering and golf prices to suit your requirements. To book a group or a single tee time call us on 01383 852591 or see our Visitors page for Green Fees and more details.
Saline boasts a practice area, practice nets and a 9-hole putting green amongst its facilities. For information on how you can easily become a member, see our Membership page where you will find all the information you need.
Catering can also be arranged by Q'ZINE in our clubhouse for your functions like Weddings, Birthdays, Engagements or any other special occasions. Keep it local and contact the club Steward on 01383 852591 for more details.
Hard to Beat!
"Saline is a hilly parkland course with amazing views and was in superb condition. One of the best village courses I've played in ages. There's nothing fancy about Saline, but in terms of the quality and design of the course and value for money, it's got to be pretty hard to beat". This is part of a report from Alan McPherson's visit to Saline Golf Course. See his 'Scottish Golf Courses - All of Them' blog. Alan McPherson is a Caddy at the Renaissance Club in East Lothian