St Andrews & Kingdom of Fife 🏴
Traveling to St Andrews is the ultimate pilgrimage in all of golf! The opportunity to play the 'Old Course' is the focus of most visitors; however the town is home to six other wonderful links including the New, Eden Jubilee, Castle, Strathtyrum and Balgove courses.
Also in the region of Fife and just down the coast is Kingsbarns, the two courses at Crail, Elie, Leven and Lundin links. To the north across the Firth of Tay (although not officially part of Fife) are the three courses at Carnoustie, Monifieth and Panmure Golf Club where Ben Hogan famously practiced before the 1953 Open Championship.
Playing the Old Course isn't easy to organise but with planning there're possibilities to make this happen.
A day sightseeing in the town of St Andrews is an absolute must! The British Golf Museum chronicles the history of U.K. golf. On a headland nearby are the ruins of St. Andrews Castle, with its medieval bottle dungeon. Close to the castle is the University of St. Andrews, founded in 1413. The ruins of the St Andrews cathedral are also well worth a visit, and especially for true golf lover the graves of Old & Young Tom Morris. And naturally a wander around the town a visit to the many shops.
Don't forget a round on the Himalaya putting green when in town.
Starting from € 950,- per person
(based on 2 people, twin/double share)
Rusacks Hotel **** (Location A1, adjacent to the 18th hole on the 'Old Course')
3 nights accommodation with breakfast
3 x rounds of golf: New Course, Castle Course, Crail Golf Club
(Possibility to play the Old Course, not included in package)
Hire car (compact)
Available airports: Edinburgh or Glasgow
Flights available on request - (€10 booking fee per ticket)
Sightseeing in the town of St Andrews
- Package is subject to availability and is excluding flights.
- We advise all clients to secure travel & cancelations insurance before booking.
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