A day at Kingarrock should please any keen golfer of course, but here you get much more than a game of golf, you get an authentic slice of Edwardian life.

Your day starts with a warm welcome from our resident PGA Pro Andrew Bentley. Andrew will talk you through the quirks and charms of the 1920s kit and pass on some fascinating history, about both the game and the Sharp family.

Private tuition with Andrew can also be arranged, on request. Just let us know when you book.

A 9 hole round takes roughly 90 – 120 minutes to complete. For maximum privacy on the course - and to fully experience the game exactly as the Sharps did when they had the course to themselves, we do our utmost to ensure each golfing party gets a half hour gap on the first tee.

After you’ve made your final putt, you’ll repair to the Forrester’s Cottage where you’ll be rewarded for your efforts with a fine Fife tradition: a cool, refreshing glass of ginger beer and a plate of shortbread.

There is no dress code, but you’re welcome to don your plus fours and look sharp on the course!

Please note that dogs are not permitted on the golf course, although they are welcome on the rest of the site.

See the National Trust for Scotland's Hill of Tarvit Mansion House

Before you leave, make sure you drop into the Hill of Tarvit Mansion House and see how this thriving Fife family lived in the early years of the 20th century.

Families and non-golfers are always more than welcome to join us for a fun day out in this sublime stretch of Fife countryside.


In the Mansion House there’s a tearoom where you can enjoy a cake, soup or sandwich and cup of tea or coffee. Why not browse the shop and pick out a unique souvenir gift?

Dogs are welcome on woodland walks, but please keep them on leads in fields due to livestock. Please keep dogs out of the walled gardens and immediately in front of the property. Please clean up any dog mess and dispose of it in the car park bins.


Parking for disabled visitors is available at the house in the forecourt, which can also be used as a drop-off point. There is a front door ramp to the ground floor of the house, shop and tearoom and a wheelchair is available. There are gravel pathways to view the grounds and an accessible toilet in the car park.

Click here to find out more about Hill of Tarvit Mansion House.