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Ladybank

Play Ladybank Golf Course. near St. Andrews, Scotland

Ladybank Golf Course Ladybank Golf Course was established in 1879. It is a heathland championship course set amongst heather, pine trees and silver birch. The architect of the original 6-hole course, Old Tom Morris, played in the Autumn Meeting that year as a ‘stranger’ and won despite his handicap of +3 strokes. The course definition may have…

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Montrose Medal

Play Montrose Medal Golf Course near Carnoustie, Scotland

Montrose Medal Golf Course The Montrose Medal Course has all the key ingredients to make up one of the utmost challenges in the world of golf – rugged and undulating (yet an easy walk), some deep bunkers, springy yet quick draining turf, bountiful gorse, sand dunes aplenty and fantastic greens. A number of the holes…

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Panmure

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Panmure Golf Course Panmure Golf Course is a traditional layout which combines the best elements of links and heath, with tight fairways, challenging carries and compact, undulating greens. Old Scots pines and sandhills forged by nature give the terrain an enduring quality in keeping with the club’s long history. Hallmarks such as the ‘Hogan’ hole…

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Scotscraig

Play Scotscraig golf course near St. Andrews, Scotland

Scotscraig Golf Course Located on the northern tip of Fife just 10 miles from St. Andrews, Scotscraig golf course is a British Open qualifying venue when the Open is in St. Andrews. The 13th oldest course in the world, the challenging fairways, landings and turf will offer the feeling of a classic links course. (Back…

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St. Andrews Jubilee

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St Andrews Jubilee Course St Andrews Jubilee Course is the third championship course at the Home of Golf and considered by many to be the most challenging course on the famous Links. Built in 1897, it was originally intended for use by ladies and beginners; however, after seeing its prime golfing location between the New Course…

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St. Andrews New

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St Andrews New Course Names can be misleading and before condemning The New for any misconception of youth, bear in mind that when it originally opened as St. Andrews’ second course back in 1895, it was indeed new. Add to its pedigree the design, which comes from the true master of links architecture, Old Tom Morris and you know…

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Crail Balcomie

Play Crail Balcomie Course and Crail Craighead Course, Scotland

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…

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St Andrews Castle

Play St Andrews Castle Course, Scotland

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…

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Monifieth Medal

Play Monifieth Medal Course, near St Andrews, Scotland

Monifieth Medal Course Monifieth Medal Course has been sitting only six miles down the road from Carnoustie since 1845. Sharing the same unprotected, wide-open spaces and the identical and no less predictable wind that can howl in from the Firth of Forth. The Medal Course at Monifieth is an unforgiving unknown and one of the best…

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Elie

Play Elie Golf Course, near St Andrews, Scotland

The Golf House Club, Elie Golf Course The first golf club was formed here back in 1832 and the course itself has evolved over several centuries on natural links land. It is famed for its unique periscope by the first tee and for the fact that it was here that James Braid fashioned many of…

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The Dukes

Play The Dukes Course, Old Course Hotel, St. Andrews, Scotland

The Dukes Course The Dukes course is situated two miles inland from famous St. Andrews on land surrounding Craigtoun Park. In its elevated parkland setting, with majestic views over the town, the coastline to Arbroath and the countryside to the Highlands, this typical Scottish inland course will provide a great contrast to the famous links…

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Kingsbarns

Play Kingsbarns Golf Links, near St. Andrews, Scotland

Kingsbarns Golf Links 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…

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Fairmont Torrance

Play Fairmont Torrance Course, near St. Andrews, Scotland

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. Fairmont Torrance…

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Carnoustie Championship

Play Carnoustie Championship Course, Scotland

Carnoustie Championship Course Dating back to 1560, Carnoustie Championship Course is described as one of the true wonders of the golf world. Frequently used for the British Open this layout presents one of the greatest challenges for any player at the top of his game. What makes the course tough is its proportions — everything here…

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St Andrews Old Course

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It was nature that formed St Andrews over the centuries, and the St Andrews Old Course has seen little change from its original layout. From as early as 1552, this course has been visited by Royalty, as well as the greatest golfers the world has known. From the 1st hole crossing the bridge over the famous…

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