Ladybank Golf Club
Ladybank, Fife KY15 7RA
Tel : +44 (0)1337 830320 Fax : +44 (0)1337 831505

This course is used as a Open Qualifier and is growing in popularity. The greens and long narrow fairways are impeccably maintained and are lined with woodland.

9 km southwest of Cupar

Course Details

Course Name: Ladybank Holes: 18 Yardage: 6641 SSS: 72

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Ladybank

    Geoff Colmer wrote on: Jul 10, 2010

    Did leave comment in 2005, but returned in July 2010 to find that this track is still great. Highly recommended and worth the £51 green fee compared to other tracks in the Kingdom


  • Ladybank

    Geoff COLMER wrote on: Jan 26, 2005

    Recently refurbished clubhouse. Excellent practice facilities. Good track. Highly recommended.


      • RE: Ladybank

        Scott Wilkinson wrote on: Jun 18, 2005

        Could you provide what the greens fees were, and do they have rentals?


  • Europe Golf courses reviews christopher Hollnds 6/02

    christopher Hollnds wrote on: May 31, 2002

    I think the course is outstanding. The greens are always in spctacular condition, Anybody wishing to play a game for a resanable price I would look no further.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Dave Curle 05/02

    Dave Curle wrote on: Apr 30, 2002

    Tight, undulating links style fairways amidst pine woodland and heather.
    Greens are fast, firm and in great condition.
    Accuracy off the tee is key to playing this course well as there is virtually no shot to the green should you not hit the fairway.
    Hospitality was excellent.
    I will be returning, but only once, I have sorting my 'hooking' off the tee.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Chris Clark 5/01

    Chris Clark wrote on: Apr 30, 2001

    Ladybank is by no means a walk in the park. Accurate, straight driving is of paramount importance on this challenging and different golf course. Some have compared it to an inland links, others to an American-style parkland, either way the course is synonymous with smooth, roaming fairways and deceptively quick greens. The club has recently invested in a new practice range which is sure to attract new members and visitors throughout the 2001 season and beyond. Ladybank's prestigious clubhouse, fine catering and generally sound hospitality make it one of the best clubs in Fife.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews c/o Scott Spence 06/00

    c/o Scott Spence wrote on: May 31, 2000

    Long tricky golf course where one must have a good percentage of confidence with whatever club they select. Getting a good drive away is the key to these narrow fairways. As a regular playing member I know first hand what one wayward shot into the dense heather or gorse can do to a respectable card. Gregor Spence


  • Europe Golf courses reviews C Cook 05/99

    C Cook wrote on: Apr 30, 1999

    Very fine inland course about 20 minutes from St. Andrews. Has some very good holes and is easy to walk. Good course for a second round in the afternoon. Greens are usually very good but firm. Played it on 4 occasions and always enjoyed it. The staff is very friendly to Americans and can usually get a single or twosome off quickly.


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