Package details : (based on 2 people sharing a double room)
- 4 nights bed & breakfast in a Guest House
- 1 round of golf on the Duke’s course, at St Andrews
- 1 round of golf on the Jubilee course, at St Andrews
- 1 round of golf on the New course, at St Andrews
- 1 round of golf on the Castle course , at St Andrews
- 1 admission to the St Andrews’ Golf Museum
Explore St Andrews in the region of Fife on Scotland’s east coast, here where Kate & William studied at Britain’s oldest university and of course, the golfing capital of the world. It’s here that everything started …
St Andrews is full of restaurants. For a view of St Andrews’ Old Course, the ‘Rocca Restaurant’ offers front row seats. For an unparalleled sea views (reservation required) and freshly caught fish try the “The seafood restaurant”. Less chic but very friendly situated in the village is the “BlackHorn” restaurant serving excellent burgers. Finally, if you are looking for a real taste of Scotland ‘The Grange of St Andrews’ is a charming restaurant where the food is delicious and the welcome is warm.
The Duke’s Course, St Andrews Golf Club :
This Par 71 offers magnificent panoramic views of both the countryside and coastline. Players of all levels will enjoy the course thanks to the judiciously placed starting tees.
The Jubilee course, St Andrews Golf Club :
This is the third championship course at St Andrews. This 6162 metre in length, Par 72 course built in 1897 is wedged between the New Course and the sea. The maintenance of the course, the quality of its fairway and its greens are considered one of the best in the world.
The New Course, St Andrews Golf Club :
Established in 1895, known as the little brother of the Old Course. Suffice to say that here you are walking and playing on a legend of a course. An unforgettable experience! This Par 71, 6055 metres in length classic links with wavy fairways, lined with a beautiful rough and greens that resemble a carpet. The maintenance is irreproachable and the views magic!
The Castle Course, St Andrews Golf Club:
Opened in 2008, this is the most recent course at St Andrews. 6150 metres in length, this Par 71 is also the longest of the 7 golf courses at St Andrews. Offering magnificent sea views from its cliffs. Spend some time on hole number 17, whatever your score this long Par 3 will leave you with a lasting golfing experience!
St. Andrews, the former ecclesiastical capital of Scotland, is home to the ruins of Scotland’s oldest church, built in the 12th century. At the top of a cliff, the imposing ruins of St. Andrews Castle dating from 1546 are open to the public.
SVM Golf Travel Tips
Make the most of your stay and have a drink at Dunvegan, the best 19th hole in St Andrews.
Travel information :
- Currency : pound Sterling
- Language : English
- Valid ID card or passport required
- UK – cars drive on the left