Must See Places When Golfing in St Andrews

01 Jul 2022

Fife being big on golf is no surprise considering that the home of golf, St Andrews, is located there making it one of the most popular destinations for a game in the world which is helped out by the fifty-something courses located there.

Visit St Andrewsthe home of golf this summer and experience one of the 10 courses there alone, prices starting at £15 for the 9-hole Balgove Course and peaking at the Old Course.

St Andrews indoor golf centre – With the ability to practice and play or learn from the pros this is the perfect place to go for anyone of any level of golf skill especially when the weather doesn’t suit for a round outside.

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R & A World Golf Museum & The Niblick – The newly named and rebranded R & A golf museum as well as the attached Niblick Brasserie are situated at the heart of the home of golf and are a must-visit if golf is the game for you and if your handicap is good enough you can step right outside and have a go on the iconic Old Course.

The Old Course Open Championship this year, this may possibly be the most iconic and recognisable golf course in the world, but did you know that it is possible for you to play on it? You will, however, need to have played some golf before and have a maximum of 36 handicap as well as booking your tee-off time in advance and you’ll need to present your handicap certificate before you are allowed to play but still, it is possible to have a shot on this famous course. th– Set to hold the 150

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Swilken Bridge – A must see for any golf fan, located between the first and eighteenth fairways on the Old Course in St Andrews. It has also become customary for champions of golf to publicly show some sort of homage or respect to the structure.

The Old Manor Hotel – With less than a 30 minute journey into the home of golf on our 97 service Lundin Ladies Golf Club right on the door step this is the perfect place to stay for anyone looking to take in the world-famous sport. The hotel also has an excellent Seaview Restaurant where every table looks out over the sea and the golf course. It is also situated just along the road from the Lundin Links Golf Courseand the

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Lundin Ladies Golf Club – One of the oldest and only ladies golf clubs in Scotland. It is run solely by the ladies of the club but it also welcomes gentlemen and junior players.

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Adventure Golf Island hole challenge that has the ability to win you a free– If you fancy something a bit more chilled out then why not head to Dunfermline leisure park, easily accessed by one of our many services that serve here, and have a game of crazy mini golf. Choose from the 2 courses that are available both fitted with the 18

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