St Andrews: The ‘Home of Golf’

St Andrews,Scotland: The ‘Home of Golf’
  • Get around the former royal burgh which still boasts a prestigious university and countless towering landmarks
  • Be awarded with a commemorative brass plaque of your signed Old Course scorecard
  • Discover the birthplace of the Great Game, today world-wide known as the ‘Home of Golf’
  • Royal Residence – Palace of Holyrood House
  • Make your dream come true and play the legendary Old Course

 

St Andrews
Capital city of the ancient Kingdom of Fife, St Andrews is best known simply as the Home of Golf. It is also home to Scotland’s oldest university, fine beaches and great shopping in the small boutiques that dot its charming streets. Discover St Andrews’ turbulent religious history and the string of attractive fishing villages that make up the East Neuk of Fife.

Five Links and one Parkland Course to be enjoyed including…
The Old Course in St Andrews which is without doubt the most famous golf course in the world. Golfers from all over the globe travel in order to see and play this piece of golfing history. It is not the longest or the most difficult but its’ charm and the atmosphere that surrounds it are what make it that bit special. Golf has been played here for over six centuries on a course that wasn’t designed by any architect but rather has largely evolved out of the natural terrain over time.

  • The New Course
  • The Jubilee Course
  • The Torrance Course
  • The Kittocks Course
  • The Duke’s Course
  • Kingsbarns Golf Links
  • Carnoustie Golf Links
  • The Castle Course

VIP Packages
St Andrews do keep a number of tee times for those with slightly larger budgets and offer a combined golf and accommodation package so if you are willing to spend a little extra, then we can integrate this VIP package along with our own package so that you can enjoy playing the Old Course and visit other areas and play premier courses elsewhere in Scotland and Ireland.

It is possible to buy VIP packages for 4 – 40 players throughout the summer months. These are sold as a package with 2, 3 or 4 nights’ accommodation.


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