BOOK ST ANDREWS HOTELS

Featured Destination

April 2019: Hereford

April can be a tricky month for weather in Britain: surprisingly sunny days interspersed with spring showers. So a destination where the best of the ...More
More Uk destinations

Golf Clubs in St Andrews

Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa
St Andrews
Fife

KY16 9SP | View map
Click for phone

Write a review

There can be few golfers who don't dream of playing St.Andrews, 'The Home of Golf'. The hotel is situated alongside the 17th Road Hole, where dramatic scenes down the years have sealed the destiny of so many Open championships.

We have designed a number of Golf Breaks that can include use of the hotel's leisure facilities, luxury accommodation and tuition - and plenty of practice on the St Andrews links courses and the Duke's.

The Old Course Hotel offers an extensive range of golf services to ensure that all golfing needs are attended to. From assistance with ballot entry for the Old Course provided by our Golf Stewards to expert tuition available from PGA professionals at The Academy.

The Duke's Course
With its beautifully sculpted holes laid open to pitch and run and each exploiting the natural features of its stunning parkland setting, the Duke's Course is the perfect complement to the St Andrews links courses. If you would like to become part of the heritage and tradition of golf in the Scottish town where the Royal and Ancient game was born.

St Andrews Links Golf Courses
There are five excellent 18 hole courses, one 9 hole course and a comprehensive Golf Practice Centre at St.Andrews, offering facilities for all golfers from beginner to expert.

For hotel information please click here

More Golf Clubs nearby

The Royal & Ancient Golf Club (0.28 miles)

St Michaels (5.14 miles)

Drumoig Hotel Golf Resort (6.71 miles)

Scotscraig Golf Course (7.70 miles)

Cupar Golf Club (8.34 miles)

Today's best hotels deals

This page viewed on 3,086 occasions since Oct 16th 2005

Brit Quote:
Consciousness is an end in itself. We torture ourselves getting somewhere, and when we get there it is nowhere, for there is nowhere to get to. - D H Lawrence
More Quotes

On this day:
Battle of Hedgeley Moor - 1464, Robinson Crusoe Published - 1719, Treaty of Amiens Signed - 1802, Crick and Watson discover DNA - 1953
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages