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Our Elmwood campus is recognised as a national and international centre for golf-related specialisms. Located in North East Fife near many of Scotland’s most famous links courses, most notably St Andrews, Kingsbarns and Carnoustie.
SRUC Elmwood’s very own facilities provide an excellent learning environment for both our professional golf and greenkeeping students who train on the 18-hole course, driving range, short game academy and practice putting surfaces.
The campus offers courses in Professional Golf and Golf Course Management to Higher National Diploma Level with onward progression routes to Degree level study.
They are designed to equip you with the necessary skills to develop knowledge and employment skills leading into industry covering:
- Golf Teaching and Coaching
- Sports Science
- Turf Management
- Facility Management
Our links with some of the premier golf complexes in the UK ensure that you will have an opportunity to gain a real understanding of what the industry requires.
Golf Course Management
You'll develop the competencies required to become a Golf Course Manager and gain a sound knowledge of greenkeeping practice.
Get the recognised skills and knowledge to develop a career in the greenkeeping industry.
Our Professional Golf qualifications open up opportunities in the industry and combine practical experience with learning at a variety of courses and ranges.
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Fees & funding
Funding is available to help you complete your studies, including bursaries to pay your tuition fees and loans to help with maintenance and travel costs.
Although our campuses are currently closed, you can still find out about life and learning at SRUC by joining one of our virtual open days. You will be taken to our old website to make your booking.
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