Scotland is widely promoted as the 'Home of Golf' and along with whisky and the long list of Scottish inventions and discoveries, golf is widely seen as being a key national cultural icon throughout the world. There are many other famous golf courses in Scotland, including Carnoustie, Gleneagles, Muirfield, Balcomie and Royal Troon. The world's first Open Championship was held at Prestwick in 1860, and Scots golfers have the most victories at the Open.

There are eight, 18 hole, golf courses in a 10 mile radius of the hotel,  CanmorePitreavieDunfermline, Forresters Park ResortAberdourCowdenbeath, Burntisland and Lochgelly Golf Course.

The "Home of Golf" the famous Old Course at St. Andrews is less than an hour away.