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Pass to the Home of Golf in Scotland’s Year of Homecoming

8.58am 11th March 2009 - Travel

In 2009, do as the canny Scots do – play golf in the Home of Golf at bargain prices with the First in Fife Golfpass.

Offering golf from less than £20 a round on 12 fine courses in Fife, with Edinburgh on one side and St Andrews on the other, the Golfpass is the perfect choice for exiled Scots taking advantage of Scotland’s Year of Homecoming events and celebrations – and also for those who would like to be honorary Scots in this special year and play the game Scotland gave to the world.

The First in Fife Golfpass mixes tradition with the latest in technology. Visitors can book their tee times with our industry-leading online tee booking system, and then play on courses originally laid out by early Open champions like Old Tom Morris and Willie Park Junior.

Golfpass prices are being held for 2009 at just £59 for a 3 round pass or only £92 for a 5 round pass, and passes can be used any time from April to October. With The Open returning to Turnberry in July, it’s the perfect time to join in Scotland’s Year of Homecoming.

The courses in the Golfpass group are Aberdour, Balbirnie Park, Burntisland, Canmore, Charleton, Forrester Park, Kinross Bruce and Montgomery, Kirkcaldy, Pitreavie, and Thornton.

Full details of the courses and their 15 accommodation partners on The 2009 Golfpass is available online and so is a tee times booking service. Alternatively, you can buy your Golfpass, or get a copy of the Golfpass leaflet, by phoning 08445 860277.

The Golfpass group will also have a stand at the Scottish Golf Show at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow from 20 to 22 March, with prizes to give away and a free Pro V1 golf ball for everyone who buys a Golfpass at the Show.

The First in Fife Golfpass is your passport to a real Scottish welcome in the Home of Golf.

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