Old Course of St. Andrews. One of the most difficult tee times to obtain, but worth it. This is golf’s mecca, the home of golf. A round here will give you something to talk about for years. There are several methods to obtain tee times and we use them all.
New Course of St. Andrews. Adjacent to the Old Course and a mere 110 years old, the New Course is actually more challenging than the Old Course, with less room for spraying the ball. It is usually paired with the Old Course when purchasing tee times.
Carnoustie. This is one golf course you won’t want to miss. Host to the 1999 British Open, this is one of the most difficult courses in Scotland. The quirky Barry Burn runs throughout the course to wreck havoc on your game. The four finishing holes are ranked as the best in golf. Ben Hogan won the British Open here in 1953.
Crail. Just down the road from St. Andrews, Crail Golf Club is a good seaside test of your game.
Kingsbarns. This new seaside links course opened in July of 2000 and is a must-play. Located just a few minutes down the coastline from St. Andrews, it is truly spectacular. This is golf at its finest, a course one can easily compare to Pebble Beach. The clubhouse is extremely well-done with nice locker facilities and dining areas. Open to all golfers, we predict this course will host a major championship in the not-to-distant future.
Castle Course at St. Andrews. This is the newest of the St. Andrews courses and quite a test. A don’t miss when combined with the Old CourseHome