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Tired of all that rushing around from one side of the country to another, with an eye on the clock worried about not making your tee time? Our Baker’s Dozen St Andrews can be your answer.
Why not base yourself in the Home of Golf for 7 nights with 6 rounds of championship golf and quality non-golf activities either on the doorstep or within a short drive away!
Spend 7 nights in St. Andrews and play Fairmont Torrance, Crail Balcomie, Carnoustie, St. Andrews Jubilee, St. Andrews Castle and Kingsbarns Courses. Ballot on St. Andrews Old Course.
Ballot on St. Andrews Old Course
The ballot for the Old Course is a simple lottery for starting times with a varying number of times available on every day except Sundays and tournament days. Our office will enter you into the daily ballot and advise you of the result two days prior. If successful, green fees are payable directly to the starter on the day of play.
Play Fairmont Torrance Course
This spectacular championship course was originally designed by Sam Torrance and opened in 2001 to great fanfare. A Final Qualifying course for the 2010 Open Championship and home to the Scottish Seniors Open, improvements on the course were conducted in 2009 under the direction of Gary Stephenson and Sam Torrance. The course circles the Fairmont St. Andrews Hotel and is blessed with stunning sea views and some cliff-edge tees and greens.
Play Crail Balcomie Course
The seventh oldest golf club in the world, The Crail Golfing Society is one of even fewer possessing a complete set of minutes from its inception. Located eleven miles south east of St. Andrews, Crail Balcomie Course is a classic links with some parkland. The course follows a magnificent coastline with every hole within sight of the sea, and the clubhouse stands on a commanding position offering panoramic views of the North Sea.
Play Carnoustie Championship Course
Dating back to 1560, Carnoustie is described as one of the true wonders of the golf world. Frequently used for the British Open, and recent host to the Open in 2007, this 18-hole layout presents one of the greatest challenges for any player at the top of his game.
Play St. Andrews Jubilee Course
Originally opened in 1896 along the New Course, the Jubilee has taken its place as a true equal. Any golfer playing to his handicap over the Jubilee will be flushed by the warm glow of achievement.
Play St Andrews Castle Course
St Andrews Castle Course is located 2 miles outside of St Andrews, occupying a majestic cliff-top setting, which has been converted from a flat potato farm into a roller coaster ride of gargantuan proportions. David McLay Kidd, the young Scotsman responsible for Bandon Dunes, deserves all of the credit for creating a seaside gem, more than worthy of carrying the St. Andrews name..
Play Kingsbarns Course
Strikingly handsome, with picture postcard ocean views from practically every hole, don’t be misled into thinking good looks conceal any shortcomings in the challenge department. This is a layout that has everything you expect from a traditional links and then some. The traditional out and back design is filled with a mind-boggling variety of challenges, yet there is nothing disjointed about Kingsbarns and everything blends perfectly into a layout that has an almost gracious and thoroughly natural flow. But in spite of the spectacular good looks and amazing views, a round at Kingsbarns will never be known as a walk in the park.
Starting at $3,840 per golfer
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