St Andrews

St Andrews Old Course Authorised Provider

St Andrews Old Course, 2015 Tee Times available

St Andrews Old Course

St Andrews 2020 – The Home of Golf

We only have a few Old Course times left for 2020 so please get in touch with us to organise today.

St Andrew’s Old Course tee times are the most sought after in Scotland, if not the world.

Tee times can be applied for from 21st August to 4th September the year before play and we will gladly assist you in your application as this is clearly the best value option of obtaining Old Course times.

We also have an allocation of guaranteed times, these trade times do cost more, but are guaranteed and included in a 4-night package.

There is also the possibility of playing the Old Course via the ballot option and we will gladly assist with this option. Almost every day there are times allocated to the ballot. This is an option favoured by many of our clients and with our help, in good planning to maximise your chances, there is a good chance of obtaining times however there are obviously no guarantees. In April/ May, we generally have a success rate of 70% in ballot applications, 60% in June and July and 30% in August into September before the ballot option closed in September

We can also obtain premier packages from St Andrews and times are included in a luxury package inclusive of 4* and 5* accommodation.

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The Links Clubhouse

St Andrews Courses

St Andrews Links, the undisputed home of golf, has 7 courses in total, The Old Course, The New Course, The Jubilee, The Castle Course, The Eden, The Strathtyrum, and The Balgrove. These courses offer a fantastic range of links golf to suit all golfing levels.

St Andrews local’s rate the New Course as a better course than the Old Course and the Castle Course is outstanding.

Things to see & do in St Andrews

There is more to St Andrews than just its superb golfing heritage. The historic town is vibrant and cosmopolitan with a great atmosphere. Its great architecture, history, shops bars, cafe’s and restaurants, should be experienced by golfers and non-golfers alike at some stage in their life. The town has a wealth of accommodation from 5-star hotels, great quality guest houses, small family hotels, even self-catering cottages and apartments.

Whatever your budget for accommodation may be, we endeavour to personalise your trip to suit your specific requirements, click here to find out more.

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Castle Course

Set on a cliff top, the Castle Course is an absolute gem.  It is the latest addition to the 7 courses at St Andrews Links.  David McLay Kidd designed the course with undulating fairways and large swelling greens. learn more

Gleneagles

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Gleneagles is one of Scotland’s most iconic golf venues and undoubtedly Scotland’s finest hotel.
It sits majestically in the magnificent rolling Perthshire countryside surrounded by 3 fabulous golf courses, The Kings, The Queens and The PGA (Ryder Cup 2014). Gleneagles offers the ultimate in leisure and spa facilities, with beautiful rooms and world-class restaurants. learn more

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Carnoustie

Undoubtedly one of Scotland’s toughest links courses as endorsed by Sergio Garcia’s 89 in the 1999 Open. Carnoustie with its Open Championship pedigree lies over the Tay estuary from St Andrews. Hogan, Watson and Player all triumphed here while others have contributed to some of the most famous collapses in golfing history. learn more

Kingsbarns

When golfers talk of St Andrews, they automatically think of the world famous Old Course. However, that perception is changing dramatically since the introduction of Kingsbarns Golf Links. Located 7 miles from St Andrews, records show that golf was first played here as early as 1793. This extraordinary course is an absolute gem with incredible sea views and is already ranked in the top 100 courses in the world. learn more