Full practice facilities
At first glance Dumbarnie Links may have the appearance of the style of the classic links courses where The Open Championship has been played since 1860. However, the extensive 345-acre site at Dumbarnie is particularly special.
Opened in June 2020, it’s the newest and most exciting golf course project in Scotland for the past 10 years.Read More
Bordering the renowned 17th Road Hole of the Old Course, the Old Course Hotel overlooks the famous links courses and the West Sands Beach. This prestigious AA Five Red Star-awarded hotel has 144 rooms including 35 suites and is recognised as one of Europe’s leading resorts.
Located just a short stroll from the historic university town of St Andrews, it’s a great vacation spot for golfers and non-golfers alike.Read More
Star Rating: *****
Rusacks Hotel is within a sand wedge of the 18th hole of the world-famous Old Course. Stylishly remodeled on a golfing theme, Rusacks Hotel offers luxurious accommodation occupied by some of the great names in the game’s history.
Rusacks hotel is an ideal base for golfing trips to St Andrews and is a popular choice with our many returning clients.Read More
Set in a pair of classic Victorian townhouses across from the sea, this warm hotel is a 15 second walk from golf at the Old Course at St. Andrews and a 10-minute walk from St. Andrews Castle.
All of the elegant rooms come with period-style decor and desks, plus free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee making facilities. Suites add separate living areas.Read More
Enjoy complete relaxation and a warm Scottish welcome at The Ardgowan Hotel and The Pilmour Hotel in St Andrews. The Ardgowan was designed by the famous Scottish architect, George Rae, and was built in 1847. Now a family run hotel, The Ardgowan comprises of 29 comfortable en suite bedrooms across the two adjoining Georgian town houses. The Pilmour Hotel, located just next door, dates from 1820 and has a further 7 en-suite bedrooms.Read More
7224 YARDS – PAR 72 – USGA 75.6
Full Practice facilities
A client’s favourite, Kingsbarns Golf Links is situated 7 miles from St Andrews along 1.8 miles of picturesque North Sea coastline, where each hole embraces the sea. In addition to enjoying a worldwide Top 100 ranked course, friendly and attentive service complete your “Kingsbarns Experience”.
Kingsbarns co-hosts the annual European Tour’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship (1 – 4 October 2020) together with the Old Course at St Andrews and Carnoustie Golf Links. In 2017 Kingsbarns hosted The Ricoh Women’s British Open.
Golf was resurrected on Kingsbarns Links at the dawning of the 21st Century. The only Scottish course to be built on links land in over 70 years and with its seaside setting, Kingsbarns joined the great old courses of nearby St Andrews and Carnoustie, bringing with it a new dimension to the traditional Scottish game.
6625 YARDS – PAR 71 – USGA 72.8
Practice range ½ mile from course
The oldest ‘new’ course in the world, the second course at the Home of Golf was built by the Keeper of the Green, Tom Morris in 1895 and it was imaginatively named to differentiate from its famous neighbor. Boasting undulating fairways and challenging greens, the New Course is a classic test of links golf.
The second course at the Home of Golf was built by the Keeper of the Green, Tom Morris in 1895 and it was imaginatively named to differentiate from its famous neighbour. Boasting undulating fairways and challenging greens, the New Course is a classic test of links golf.
Opened in April 1895, the course was built in response to increasing demand for golf at St Andrews, both from locals and from the visitors who were flocking to the town in increasing numbers on the recently constructed railway.
It has frequently been said that if the St Andrews New Course were not situated next to the Old, then its star would have shone with a far greater degree of brilliance.
It’s a shame in many ways that such a great course has to be in the shadow of an illustrious neighbour. The New Course at St Andrews is a golf experience for the ages.
6721 YARDS – PAR 72 – USGA 73.1
Practice range ½ mile from course
The St Andrews Old Course is considered the oldest golf course in the world and commonly known as ‘The Home of Golf’. It is a public course over common land in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland and is held in trust by The St Andrews Links Trust under an act of Parliament.
The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are recognised across the globe, yet the greatest feature of the Old Course is that despite its grand status it remains a public golf course, open to all.
“I fell in love with it the first day I played it. There’s just no other golf course that is even remotely close”
– Jack Nicklaus, Open Champion 1970, 1978