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St Andrews Links

A golfing Mecca for the most accomplished golfer to the enthusiastic amateur, a trip to St Andrews Links is one which realises the ultimate dream of golfers worldwide.

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From the iconic Swilcan Bridge on the Old Course to Tom Morris's masterful architecture on the New Course, St Andrews Links has developed over 600 years to become one of the most famous locations in golf.

Perhaps most fascinating however, is the fact that all seven courses at St Andrews Links are public and open to everyone.

Away from the course explore the fantastic facilities St Andrews Links has to offer. Learn the game where it was first played at the Golf Academy. Shop our fantastic range of official merchandise from our retail stores and finally relax in the Swilcan Restaurant with a wee dram as you reflect on your visit to the Home of Golf.

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the old course golf    

The Old Course
6721 yards, par 72

The Old Course is the Home of Golf where the game was first played 600 years ago.

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The Castle Course
6759 yards, par 71

The newest course at the Home of Golf takes its name from Kinkell Castle which sat on the site in the Middle Ages.

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the new course St Andrews  

The New Course
6625 yards, par 71

The Championship New Course was designed by Old Tom Morris in 1895.

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the jubilee course St Andrews  

The Jubilee Course
6742 yards, par 72

Named in honour of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, this is the third Championship course at the Home of Golf.

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the eden course St Andrews  

The Eden Course
6250 yards, par 70

Harry S Colt, renowned for his use of natural features, designed the Eden in 1914.

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the Strathtyrum course St Andrews  

The Strathtyrum Course
5620 yards, par 69

The Strathtryrm course perfectly compliments the tougher Championship layouts at the Home of Golf.

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the Balgove course St Andrews  

The Balgove Course
1520 yards, par 30

The only 9-hole course, the Balgove is a friendly introduction to St Andrews Links.

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The St Andrews Links Golf Academy

The Golf Academy offers tuition, practise area and a custom fit service. Where better to learn than where it all started?

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The St Andrews Links Shops

Official retailer of the Old Course, St Andrews Links, The Castle Course and Tom Morris brands.

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The St Andrews Links Clubhouses

The Links Clubhouse and Swilcan Restaurant, Eden Clubhouse and The Castle Course Clubhouse are the perfect places to relax after a round on the Links.

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