Scotland - Greater St. Andrews

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Ranked 3rd best golf course in the world and known as the “Home of Golf”. It’s the Old Course, enough said.

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A Challenging sister course to the Old Course. A favorite course to many of the town’s locals.

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Considered by many as the most challenging of all the St. Andrews links courses. Built in 1897, Jubilee was converted to a championship links...

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Opened in 2008 and designed by David M. Kidd, the Castle Course became the seventh and newest addition to St. Andrews Links. The Castle Course...

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Owned by the Old Course Hotel, the Duke Courses is a fine heathland championship course, providing views of the Scottish countryside and North...

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Ranked 25th best golf course in the world. The 18-hole course was fashioned by Old Tom Morris in 1857. James Braid extended the course in 1926...

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Ranked 65th best golf course in the world. According to golf historian Bobby Burnet, golf at Kingsbarns dates back to 1793. A nine-hole golf...

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Home to three championship golf course – The King’s, Queen’s, and PGA Centenary. The PGA course, which hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup, is a Jack Nicklaus...

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The ninth oldest golf club in the world, Crail Golfing Society was formed in 1786. Old Tom Morris designed the Balcomie course in 1894. Due to...

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With views along the Firth of Forth, Elie was stretched to it’s eighteen hole layout in 1895 by Old Tom Morris, and later revised by James Braid.

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