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St Andrews Links

Pilmour House, ST ANDREWS, KY16 9SF

Golf was first played here around 1400 and the Old Course is acknowledged worldwide as the Home of Golf. The Old Course has played host to the greatest golfers in the world and many of golf's most dramatic moments. The New Course (6625yds) was opened in 1895, having been laid out by Old Tom Morris. The Jubilee was opened in 1897 and is 6742yds long from the medal tees. The Strathtyrum has a shorter, less testing layout, best for high handicap golfers. The nine-hole Balgrove Course, upgraded and re-opened in 1993, is best for beginners and children. The cliff top Castle Course opened in 2008. The facilities and courses at St Andrews make this the largest golf complex in Europe.

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Old Course- 18 holes, 6721 yds, Par 72, Standard scratch score 73, Course record 64.

New Course- 18 holes, 6625 yds, Par 71, Standard scratch score 73, Course record 64.

Jubilee Course- 18 holes, 6742 yds, Par 72, Standard scratch score 73, Course record 63.

Eden Course- 18 holes, 6112 yds, Par 70, Standard scratch score 70.

Strathtyrum Course- 18 holes, 5094 yds, Par 69, Standard scratch score 69.

Balgove Course- 9 holes, 1530 yds, Par 30, Standard scratch score 30.

Castle Course- 18 holes, 7200 yds, Par 72.

Green fees 

Fees are for guidance only. Please contact the club to confirm prices.

Societies Booking required

Professional Steve North

Visitors Old Course Mon-Sat & Bank Holidays. Other courses Mon-Sun & Bank Holidays.. Dress code.

Facilities

Trolleys for hire. Buggies for hire. Clubs for hire. Driving range. Putting green. Practice area. Changing rooms. Bar with snacks. Lunch. Dinner. Tea and coffee.

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Off A91

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