Golf in St Andrews

The name St Andrews is synonymous with golf and the history of the game. But it also refers to general region around the town of St Andrews that encompasses the county of Fife or as traditionally known the 'Kingdom of Fife'. Fife is home to more then 50 courses with golf having been played over the links at St Andrews since the 1400's.

The town itself is home to seven courses and the coast line to the south is packed with some wonderful courses including the traditional links of Elie, Crail, Lundin & Leven as well as the new classic of Kingsbarns. In land is the heathland gem of Ladybank.

About 40 minutes north is Carnoustie which is surrounded by a couple of wonderful courses such as Panmure which is where Ben Hogan practised during his preparation for the 1953 Open Championship, he went onto win in emphatic style.

The Kingdom of Fife is much more then the Old course, come stay & enjoy!

Course Profiles

Accommodation St Andrews & Fife