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Crail may be overshadowed by St Andrews and Kingsbarns just round the coast, but it's very much a world-class links venue in its own right. Home to the 7th oldest club in the world and a lot cheaper than its star-studded neighbours. The old Balcomie Links in the old burgh of Crail near St Andrews is one of Scotland’s finest golfing treasures. The Crail Golfing Society was founded in 1786, at a tim ...
Crail may be overshadowed by St Andrews and Kingsbarns just round the coast, but it's very much a world-class links venue in its own right. Cheaper than its star-studded neighbours, Crail offers two stunning, contrasting links layouts one of which is the 7th oldest club in the world. Balcomie's sister course, the Craighead Links, was designed by Gill Hanse and has only been around since 1998. Not ...
Althought it was originally designed by Bruce Devlin, on the 1st of October 2008 it changed its name, from The Devlin to The Kittocks. Its new name was taken from an area of land on the course that is inhabited by a family of deer. The protected area comes into view on several holes and provides abundant wildlife to be seen, including pheasants, rabbits, hares, deer, grouse and badgers. With views ...
Althought the Torrance course previously hosted two European Tour events, it re-opened its fairways on the 14th July, 2009 after six months re-design work. It is so easy to see why it was selected for the Scottish Seniors Open in August 2009. Designed by the late Gene Sarazen and Sam Torrance, it sweeps its way around the Fairmont Hotel and down to the coastal edge with a deceptive back nine with ...
No trip to St Andrews would be complete without experiencing at least one round on this outstanding Scottish Links course - play two rounds and get the second half price. The site of the course has long been known for its intimate connection with the sea. The fact that its golf origins date back to 1793 is testimony to the attributes of the site which foster ideal conditions for links turf to flou ...
Leven Links on the north shore of the Firth of Forth is another of Scotland's historic courses and is the 11th oldest golf club in the world. The original nine hole layout was extended to 18 holes in 1868 when Young Tom Morris made the short journey down fron St Andrews to win the inaugural 36-hole event. Leven has long been an Open Championship qualifying course and is home to the Standard Life G ...
A magnificent James Braid designed course with a mix of true links conditions and parkland. Lundin Links is renowned for its beautiful greens and some of the most demanding short Par 4's in the game of golf. A complex links course with stunning view, open burns, an internal out of bounds (the old railway line), and strategic bunkering. Lundin Links is suitable for any level of golfer, although the ...
Situated just 15 minutes' drive from the town of St Andrews, Scotscraig is pleasant but testing course that's a mix of heathland and links. It is used as a final qualifying venue when the Open Championship returns to the Old Course, St Andrews. Its inviting blend of heathland and links stems from the fact there are more trees than would normally be found on a links, although its relatively close p ...
Set on a dramatic cliff-top location with stunning views over St Andrews Bay out to the North Sea and beyond. Designed by leading Scottish course architect David McLay Kidd, The Castle Course sits on 220 acres of land, has more than one mile of waterfront and embraces the rugged Scottish shoreline to provide a unique and exciting challenge. The Castle Course is the 7th course at the Home of Golf, ...
Opened for play in 1914, the Eden Course was designed by Harry S Colt, with assistance from Alister McKenzie. Their use of the natural features and partially buried field boundary dykes is so sensitive that there is no sense of contrivance. The overall development plan for the Links required some redesign of the Eden Course in 1988. The architect Donald Steel, who also remodelled the Jubilee Cours ...
Now well into its second century of life, the Jubilee Course has developed from a basic 12-hole layout into what many consider to be the toughest test of golf at St Andrews. Created on a narrow strip of prime golfing land between the New Course and the sea, the Jubilee was originally intended for ladies and beginners. It was laid out by John Angus junior and made ready in only three months. The co ...
It has frequently been said that if the New Course were not situated next to the Old, then its star would have shone with a far greater degree of brilliance. Located as it is in the shadow of its illustrious neighbour, the New Course can be considered one of St Andrews' best kept secrets. Opened in April 1895, the course was built in response to increasing demand for golf at St Andrews. The const ...
The oldest golf course in the world has many remarkable features which help make it so special to golfers around the world.It is the Home of Golf where golf was first played 600 years ago and yet it remains a real test of golf for today's champions. Despite its reputation and status, it is a public course and is one of six public courses on St Andrews Links. The Old Course has evolved over time an ...
Recently included in Golf World's Top 100 Courses in Britain and Ireland, The Duke's is highly regarded as one of the finest heathland championship courses in the British Isles. Its style ranks alongside the great inland challenges which demand accuracy and inventive play, and with five separate tee positions and buggy path at every hole, Duke's has the flexibility and challenge to appeal to golfe ...
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