#### Klimski

##### Member

I am inviting you all to discuss

**green fee value**. What are we getting if we pay more - or less - for a round of golf? Where is the sweet spot? Are green fees too high?

Let's fantasize about a June/July Fife visit with time for three rounds of 18 holes:

First, let's go full American tourist:

Dumbarmie (300), Kingsbarns (420) and Old Course (320).. for a grand total of

**£1040**

Then, we realise that we could play the following three courses for around a

**third of that price**:

Jubilee (140), Lundin (120), Scotscraig (125).. for a total of

**£385**

However, you could also play these follwing three course for a

**third**of that:

Burntisland (50), Aberdour (50), Kirkcaldy (30) for a total of

**£130**

And finally, with little effort we can get three full rounds in for around

**half**of that:

Kinghorn (20), St Michaels (20), Lochgelly (20):

**£60**

So, what are we paying for? All these courses are highly rated, most are historic, by renowned architects... What is value in green fees?

So, what are we paying for? All these courses are highly rated, most are historic, by renowned architects... What is value in green fees?