The 6614-yard 18-hole golf course of the Saint Andrew’s Golf Club has been operating for more than 115 years and was shaped by 2 prominent architects over time: Jack Nicklaus and James Braid, who joint their skills to design this challenging, and yet aesthetic route. Course tour can be accessed on the official website, and the video is also provided along with the cards – this will help you to plan your game. It ensures the top quality playing experience for all members – with that being said, note that it is a private club, and membership must be acquired in advance.

But not only professionals are welcome to attend: large training facilities, which are conveniently placed across the playing grounds, allow beginners and amateurs to polish and practice every aspect of their game with the help of professional instructors. More specifically, a two-tiered, long-game practice area features target greens, fairway bunkers and 30-plus hitting sites. Shots can be practised on the 50-yard short game area, and your chipping and sand game practice can be arranged on the second area, which realistically imitates a steep side-hill – this will prepare you for the big game in the open.

The club can be characterized as family-friendly since it features many events and associations: Ladies Golf Association is operating in Saint Andrew’s, as well as Junior Golf Program and various couple golf tournaments.


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