In 2022 we are planning a visit to St Andrews shortly after The Open Championship to spend time at The Home Of Golf. This is your opportunity to immerse yourself in golf nirvana.
Don’t miss this chance to play at The Home of Golf – The Old Course at St Andrews. The line-up of courses is stunning, with a wonderful mix of ancient links layout and modern classics…
St Andrews Castle Course
The newest addition to St Andrews Links, The Castle Course opened in 2008 becoming the seventh course at the Home of Golf. Set on a rugged cliff-top with spectacular views over St Andrews, The Castle Course offers a memorable golfing experience – designed by David McLay Kidd.
Kingsbarns Links – World ranking #43
Just six miles from St Andrews, the Kingsbarns course sweeps majestically along the sea near the charming village of the same name. A Worldwide Top 100 ranked course featuring an outstanding layout, you can expect rolling fairways, deep rough and some of the most breath-taking scenery in the region – designed by Kyle Phillips.
There are few British or Irish golf clubs that can claim a direct link with the great Ben Hogan. One that certainly can is Panmure Golf Club, situated on a rugged piece of rolling links land just over a mile west of Carnoustie – Designed by Old Tom Morris, James Braid.
Carnoustie – World Ranking #28
The Championship Course has hosted eight Open Championships, one Women’s British Open and two Seniors Open making it one of the very few to have done so in the UK. It is one of three courses used for the annual Dunhill Links, the others being Kingsbarns and the Old Course in St Andrews and in 2018 The Open Championship returned to the course – designed by Allan Robertson, Old Tom Morris, James Braid.
The Old Course – World Ranking 9th (elite ranking #1)
The oldest and most iconic golf course in the world. 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 – designed by Allan Robertson, Old Tom Morris.