Cupar is an old market town to the north of the Lomond Hills, in an area known as the Howe of Fife.
Formerly the county town of Fife, Cupar has many impressive civic buildings in the centre. Close by are the Scotstarvit Tower and the Hill of Tarvit mansion house which are well worth a visit. Here you can also play golf with original hickory golf clubs, bags and balls at Kingarrock. If you're visiting with the kids, we'd recommend a trip to Cairnie Mega Maze or The Scottish Deer Centre for hours of family fun.
With fertile land and quality produce grown here, Cupar enjoys a fantastic natural larder. You'll find restaurants and delicatessens, and don't miss the monthly farmers’ market.
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Elmwood Golf is the perfect setting and suitable for golfers of varying handicaps. This scenic parkland course provides a natural habitat for wildlife, with stunning views over the Tarvit and Lomond Hills and is a very pleasant walk, even if your golf is not as good as you hoped.
At the National Trust for Scotland’s Kingarrock Hickory Golf Course, you'll play with original hickory clubs from the 1900s and softer, rubber-wound balls on a 9 hole course in a serene setting, making the most of fine Scottish views and a rich natural environment.