Even casual golfers know that St. Andrews, Scotland, is the home of golf. But what they and many knowledgeable players don’t realize is that the Kingdom of Fife—a surprisingly small county on Scotland’s east coast—offers many more golf opportunities than just the Old Course, 43 courses in all, in fact. Hoping to get that word out, local tourism authorities have produced a downloadable guide to seven “Fife Golf Trails,” promising seven very different golf experiences. There’s the “Classic Links Trail,” combining the St. Andrews courses with Kingsbarns and Lundin Links, as well as trails of Open Championship qualifying courses, a Ladies’ Trail, a Golf Gourmet Trail that features nearby fine dining, and three others. Definitely something for every taste, and every trail a delight.