Golf enthusiasts will love Sauchope Links Park which has many first-class courses in easy reach
Aside from golf, there are a host of other outdoor activities to enjoy including nature walks, fossil tours, numerous watersports and 4x4 off-road driving experiences.
Golf is a big draw for guests to Sauchope Links park as there are many world-class courses right on our doorstep. If you fancy weaving a little history into your game, play at The Crail Golf Society, established in 1786, it is the 7th Oldest Golf Club in the world and a short stroll from our holiday park. Slightly further afield lies St Andrews, the ‘Home of Golf’, it is here where the game has been nurtured and developed for 600 years.
Last but not least is Lundin Golf Club which occasionally hosts both the British Open Final Qualifying and the prestigious annual East of Scotland 72 Hole Amateur Championship. Just a half hour drive from our park, Lundin has been voted among the top Links courses in Britain by the Golf Monthly magazine.
The sandy curve of Elie Bay encloses a wonderful expanse of sheltered water, making it the finest setting for beginner sailers on Scotland's East Coast. Beyond the bay, the open sea offers a challenge to the more proficient participant. Elie Watersports is a Royal Yachting Association (RYA) Training Centre and is licensed by the Adventure Activites Licensing Authority (AALA). The activities offered by Elie Watersports can be participated in on a casual basis which makes staying at Sauchope Links the perfect base as it is just a short 20 minute drive away.
Trike Tours Scotland is the first chauffeur-driven Trike tour to give you one of the hippest and unique ways to see the famously breathtaking scenery which Scotland has to offer. The trips, created to fit your specific needs, bring you closer to the mountains and Lochs of Scotland or round many different locations in Scotland, including Edinburgh, St Andrews and the Lake District.
The Scottish Off-Road Driving Centre is Scotland's most dramatic hill-top 4x4 driving site with lots of deep water, treacherous bogs full of deep sticky mud and steep hair-raising descents to test your nerve on. It is located within an hour’s drive and provides you with the best action-packed adrenaline pumping 4x4 driving experience in Scotland.