Match up with 3 players. The holes overlap and balls crossing over to our fairway. At one par four tee off hole, one player tee off from par three hole behind almost hit us.
Home of the sixth-oldest golf club on the world, golfers visiting Crail Golfing Society are fortunate enough to have two fantastic courses on their doorstep. It is claimed that golf has been played here since 1786, but it was not until Old Tom Morris laid out the first nine holes in 1895 that Crail as it is now began to take shape.
As a popular stop as part of a St Andrews Golf Tour, Crail provides a superb day of golf exploring the ancient Balcomie Links and it's modern adjacent course, Craighead Links which despite it's youth is of equal challenge and excitement for those playing in this picturesque part of Scotland.