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I’m not a golfer, but this is a very impressive place. Home of golf. I couldn’t get over the grounds here and for someone who knows their golf...well, you just have to come here! Every blade of grass is trimmed to perfection:). We went inside...More
We went out of our way to St. Andrew's just to see the Old Course and my husband looked like a kid in a candy store. It was absolutely beaufiful. While we did not play the course, we enjoyed the beauty of the course.
This was a bucket list place for my husband who is not a regular golfer but has a love of the game. The landscape is beautiful but it's essentially part of the town of St. Andrews---just at the end of the street. You must pay...More
Having enjoyed our coffee and bacon buttie at the excellent, modern New Clubhouse before playing on the Jubilee Course, it was a great privilege to be invited by R&A Members to join for a drink in the main Clubhouse. We sat by the window on...More
Simply fantastic. On a random golfing tour with mates and went into the ballot and got selected first time so had to hastily rearrange the other courses. 7.15am hit off (Aug 2017) and whilst a bit of a chill in the air it was a...More
Went to view St Andrews during the Dunhill Links golf tournament and got to actually spend time on the Old Course and walk across the Swilcan Bridge which has been on my bucket list for a while.
The whole atmosphere of the town is just...More