The Old Course at St Andrews
The Old Course at St Andrews is the oldest and most iconic golf course on the planet. This golfing mecca offers golfers the chance to play this fantastic layout and replicate some truly golfing legends.
St Andrews is widely recognised as the “Home of Golf” and golf has been played here for over six centuries on the prestigious layout of the Old Course, which has evolved over time on a natural terrain. The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are world renowned and emphasis the grand statue of this majestic bucket list course.
This historic course starts and finishes in the town of St Andrews and offers memorable double greens, tight fairways and huge bunkers (112 in total). The 17th hole is consistently voted as the toughest Par 4 in the world with the tee shot having to cut over the famous hotel. Look out for the road hole bunker and even the road itself which will await on any loose chip to the green.
This historic and magnificent course has hosted the Open on 29 Occasions and is a must play at least once for every avid golfer.
The Old Course is complimented by the devoted golfing town and mecca of St Andrews, which offers 6 Links courses and an abundance of championship golf courses within a short vicinity. No other golfing region is devoted to golf as much as this traditional town which offers plenty of luxury accommodation options during your stay.
Follow in the footsteps of Open Champions, such as Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods, and try your golfing ability on the legendary Old Course at St Andrews.
18 Holes, Bar, Par 72, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Restaurant, Short game practice area